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OATS

Osteochondral autograft transfer system Orthopedics A device for harvesting and transfer of autogenous bone plugs for repairing articular cartilage defects in the knee and ankle
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Patient discussion about OATS

Q. What is the nutritional value of oats? I am having oats for my morning breakfast from last week, as I know it is good to have them. But what is the nutritional value of oats?

A. oats are rich with vitamins, energy and protein. makes a wonderful breakfast! (at least when my wife makes it!!).
here's a link to a nutritional value list of oats:
http://www.healthrecipes.com/oats.htm

and here's a link to some recipes!:
bread - http://momsrecipesandmore.blogspot.com/2008/12/toasted-oatmeal-bread.html

Biscuits - http://www.vegan-food.net/recipe/927/Oatmeal-Raisin-Cookies/

oatmeal- http://www.fatfree.com/recipes/breakfast/oatmeal

bon apetite!

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Some grasses are locally abundant, especially wild-rye (Elymus virginicus) and wild-oats (Chasmanthium latifolium).
Chasmanthium latifolium = 1, pedicels present, Chasmanthium nitidum = 1, spikelets subsessile (Hitchcock, 1951).
* Northern sea oats (Chasmanthium latifolium): good in damp locations or by pond edges.
Wants: Geum triflorum (prairie smoke), Orthocarpus purpurascens (owl's clover), Chasmanthium latifolium, Penstemon alpinus, wild leek (ramp)
Chasmanthium latifolium, commonly called northern sea oats, comes to the rescue of ornamental grass-starved shade gardeners.