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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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We considered shelled sunflower seeds and dissected Osage orange seeds as equivalent, since both have the fruit (i.e., the shell in the case of sunflower seeds) removed.
Perino, "Osage orange (Maclura pomifera): history and economic uses," Economic Botany, vol.
For each trial Osage orange seeds (Sheffield's Seed Co., Inc., Locke, NY) were stratified for 30 days at approximately 4[degrees]C.
Koch 0.92 1.14 Sycamore Platanus occidentalis 0.92 1.14 Osage orange Maclura pomifera (Raf.) Schneid.
I still remember vividly when my dad mistakenly threw a hedge--or "Osage orange," as some may know it--into the cookout mix, and an ember popped off the fire and lit on my brother Josh's eyelid.
Another old-fashioned form of fencing, popular is the Ozarks, is a living hedge of bois d'arc (Osage orange).
Black locust and osage orange, the latter frequently called hedge apple, are both abundant and just as vicious as our own local green-briar, multi-flora rose, hawthorn, barberry and blackberry.
At the University Museum, there is an ancient, gnarled Osage orange tree that William Faulkner must have walked by on his way to visit his brother John.
Alan quickly designed a prototype take-down handle, New England hickory core flanked by Osage orange, laminated with primitive hide glue, cut for center shot and including a crowned shelf.
Major living fence applications in the United States have utilized Osage orange trees (Maclura pomifera), also called hedge apple or horse apple.
In my left hand I held a long-bow I'd carefully crafted from an Osage orange tree.
This book profiles 25 botanical specimens collected by the duo, including Osage orange, snowberry, camas, bearberry, and ponderosa pine.