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bunch

group of deer hinds.
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Excessive number of bunches on the vine may reduce berry diameter and the content of soluble solids (SS) (SOMKUWAR; RAMTEKE, 2010), while lower densities per plant may, despite reducing yield, increase berry mass, SS/TA ratio (EZZAHOUANI; WILLIAMS, 2003), phenolic composition (GIL et al 2013) and vegetative vigor (KAVOOSI et al.
The beams in the LHC are made up of these proton bunches that are separated by seven meters (23 feet) each, which is only 25 nanoseconds for the speed at which these particles are traveling.
Lastly, the horsehair bunches, in natural blond and Rit 'golden yellow', were stitched together with a piece of artificial sinew and 8/o blue pony beads.
The new cereal is available nationwide, the company says, and features a "one-of-a-kind unmistakable crunch of traditional Post Honey Bunches of Oats cereals.
Three years data results average indicated that bunches which were covered with polythene bags resulted in minimum fermented fruit (13.
For dedicated table grape packing operations the Aja TDW Selector Scale takes away the guessing and juggling of bunches to achieve best weight, while significantly reducing snipping, waste and give away to a few grams.
In the present study, fruits/plant, flowering bunches and branches/plant, collar diameter and secondary branches/plant had high positive and significant correlation with seed yield/plant.
Asda said its pounds 2 offer for bunches of 15 roses would be popular with customers ahead of Christmas.
Malaysia ranks number one in the world's palm oil production, however, the waste disposal of almost all the palm bunches from the manufacturing process creates methane, a global warming gas.
Honey Bunches of Oats is one of the five top-selling brand-name cereals (along with Cheerios, Honey Nut Cheerios, Frosted Flakes, and Frosted Mini-Wheats).