particles, ground from the hard part of the cob and averaging about one-quarter inch in diameter, proved the best inhibitor of developing fly larvae--about 90 percent effective.
Injection of the fractionated corncob
bedding extract (80% methanol eluate from Spice cartridge) onto a Waters [mu]Bondapack C18 reverse-phase column (Figure 8A) demonstrated that the mitogenic activity (in MCF-7 cells) eluted with a single major peak of UV-absorbing material.
30 up to the "Harvest Festival" of hickory-smoked wings, onion rings, corncobs
, potato skins and dips ( serving two) at pounds 5.
With a smooth and simple twist and push, the Corn Twister begins to strip the kernels off fresh or cooked corncobs
with its razor sharp stainless steel serrated edge and scraping rivets.
He described Mr Kenneth Clarke: "A pudgy puffball" and once observed that Mr Douglas Hurd "might as well have a corncob
up his arse".
harvest added only $5 per acre to corn-harvest costs, the EPIC model simulations showed that area farms could sell the corncobs
profitably for anywhere from $17.
Polycarbonate cages with ground corncob
bedding were used, and mice had free access to food and water for the duration of the experiment.
Our laboratory described two classes of endocrine disruptors in ground corncob
animal bedding with mitogenic activities in breast and prostate cancer cells in vitro and in vivo (Markaverich et al.
He tossed a corncob
hat onto the floor, put on plastic Trojan armor and began waving a floppy sword in the air.
Sardonically referring to the brutal rape of Temple Drake with a corncob
in Sanctuary and to his own sobriquet for its author, Hemingway writes that Spanish is "rougher than a corncob
sometimes" (90) and later has Colonel Cantwell ask Renata, "'Do I have to take it like a corncob
The throwing toy that was the most Fun was a dart made From a corncob
, with Feathers stuck in it to give it spin.
Waste wood, straw, corncob
husks and sugar cane waste all contain cellulose that if broken down - as gribbles do in their guts - can be fermented into alcohol and used as fuel.