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culms

the shoots and roots of sprouted grains in the brewing process. These are removed during brewing and are salvaged as a food supplement. Called also malt culms.
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The decrease of fiber volume fraction from the outer to the inner part of the culm wall changes density and properties which have to be considered for bamboo.
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Using a proven, environmentally- friendly technology, our facility will reclaim what is now unusable and environmentally damaging culm banks, converting what is now coal waste into a clean liquid fuel.
Bamboo has an extensive fibrous root system, and new culms are produced from underground rhizomes.
Aging of a bamboo culm affects physical, chemical, and mechanical properties.
As sunlight, warmth and rain increase, new shoots appear through out the grove, roughly two shoots for each existing culm.
culm at a coal pit--shapeless grotesques blotting the
The global coal mining industry involves all types of mining, may it be underground mining, strip mining, culm bank mining and any other type of surface mining.
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However, bamboo culm contains many nutrients, such as starch in parenchyma, that are vulnerable to attack by fungi (Liese 1998).
The aerial part of each plant was introduced into a separate microwave-resistant polyester bag, thus forming an aeration compartment, while the culm of the plant was isolated with polytetrafluoroethylene (Teflon) tape commencing at a height of 2 cm above the substrate.
Then I'll scribe my Daily Mirror column for the next day before going down to the Culm Valley Inn for 14 pints of lager and a mixed grill - I wish