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radish

see raphanussativus.
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Radish bulbs with and without leaves showed increasing weight loss over time, and the acceptable weight loss value for marketing was exceeded on the first day.
Tuna, celery, carrot, radish, tomato, balsamic vinaigrette
The use of different techniques demonstrated the feasibility of producing a highly concentrated radish juice that could meet the requirements for a colorant.
Among the participants, 29 patients and 164 controls responded that they clearly remembered if they had eaten the radish sprout salad.
Next, the Weeping Radish had to satisfy officials at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, who were as unaccustomed to dealing with microbreweries as Bennewitz was to running one.
Again, in follow-up testing, Daikon Radish Oil outperformed the higher viscosity silicones -- providing the optimum benefit.
SHEILA WARD ASHEILA, it looks like a radish because it is a radish
SUMMARY Cover Crop Solutions' cover crop radish helps boost bottom line for farmers while building soil health.
The DNA damage profiles for the ryegrasses differed from the radish profiles, indicating that nanoparticle-induced DNA damage is dependent on plant species and nanoparticle concentration.
Odorless and extremely light-colored, Natural Plant Products has released Daikon Radish Oil (DRO).
In a bowl, mix the cucumber and radish slices with the vinegar and the remaining sesame oil.
Radish is spread across the path along with a rhubarb plant, 14 garlic, a small row of lettuce (already eaten), and some radish.