Mulberry

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Referring to a mass or appearance characterised by a rounded mass with multiple superficial bossellations, which has been likened to a mulberry or cluster of grapes
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Caption: Cocktails at Breadfruit and Rum Bar use house-made liqueurs and unique tinctures.
2007) have successfully micropropagated three cultivars of breadfruit using mature axillary shoot buds and have used flow cytometry to confirm the ploidy status of the plantlets but to date no study has been reported the use of molecular markers to confirm the genetic fidelity of micropropagated breadfruit plants.
Male inflorescences from a diverse selection of breadfruit trees were sun dried at the National Tropical Botanical Garden's Breadfruit Institute in Kalaheo, Hawaii, and provided to scientists for testing.
17) Lawrence Livermore Laboratory revealed high levels of Cs-137 taken up by breadfruit and coconut crabs and lesser levels in coconuts.
Sample taro, breadfruit, and other Hawaiian fare at the park's annual cultural festival, which features coconut basket-weaving lessons and local musicians playing ukuleles and ether traditional instruments.
Our garden boasts rambutans, mangosteens, cempedak, breadfruit, petal, tarap, bananas, papaya, and, of course, the noble durian.
Oil Down is a local dish of coconut milk, meat, breadfruit and turmeric.
A look round its oldest protected rainforests and local plantations is a feast for the eyes and an education as you are introduced to natural resources such as coffee beans and cashew nuts growing on trees, alongside local staples plantain, breadfruit and pomerac.
The Open Market is an ideal place to buy seasonal fresh fruit, vegetables and produce delivered daily from local farmers as well as find a vast range of more exotic foods reflecting the city's diverse cultures like ya ya pears, custard apples, mooli and breadfruit.
On Saturdays during the breadfruit season, the village is alive with activity as both adults and children participate in preparing food for the days ahead.
Later chapters are devoted to delicious and even more fine-grained analyses of the transactions of particular categories of exchange such as cows, goats, breadfruit, rabbits and pigs.