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cgr

An obsolete symbol for the rarely used term centigram.
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Planting methods had considerable influence on the LAI, LAD and CGR. Amongst sowing methods maximum LAI, LAD and CGR was observed in ridge sowing because sowing on ridges and beds provides the loose fertile soil, which provides more moisture, aeration, and less compaction, that improves the root growth thus resulting in more water and nutrient uptake and thereby produced more LAI.
"Healthcare providers occupy nine of the twenty spots, led by Northwell Health," according to a written statement by CGR. "An additional four places go to financial services firms with a major presence in New York City's powerhouse finance sector."
Speaking on the occasion, Suneal Mangal, who is the brains behind this unique project developed and fine-tuned over a period of two decades, said, "CGR has embarked upon a plan to create a worldwide network of corporate golfers to facilitate networking, recognition and celebration of the premium and affluent segment that constitutes the golfing community."
Zinc application significantly improved LAI, CGR and NAR of autumn planted maize as compared to deficit irrigation (skipping irrigation at tasseling stage).
An alternative approach addressing this shortcoming was later introduced under the name of Contact Graph Routing (CGR).
Periodic data indicated that leaf area index (LAI) progressively increased with growth period while crop growth rate (CGR) increased up to 70 days after sowing (DAS) and then start declining (Fig.
The CGR can replace up to 16 primary instruments and has three pages, can be configured for strip or arc gauge presentation and has datalogging, a USB interface and a built-in checklist utility.
Paratipos: 5[masculinidad]: Colombia, Departamento de Antioquia, Ciudad Bolivar-Farallones de Citara, 3100-3200 m, 23-VIII-2006, G Rodriguez leg., (CGR).
Growth rates were also assessed during both the vegetative and reproductive stages by determining the net assimilation rate (NAR, mg x [dm.sup.-2]/day), the relative growth rate (RGR, mgg-1/day), and the culture growth rate (CGR, g/day) according to Hunt (1981) as follows: