stringiness


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stringiness

[string′inəs]
an abnormal tissue texture caused by fine or stringlike myofascial structures.

stringiness,

n an abnormal texture of myofascial tissues; characterized by a stringy feeling.
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Known in America as snap beans, they need to be eaten when they are young and tender and the test of that is to be able to snap them cleanly in half with no trace of stringiness.
It was riddled with actinomycetes, the weed seeds had apparently been killed (at least few of them germinated in the spring), and in spite of its stringiness caused by the unchopped hay, the pile smelled rich, earthy, and fertile.
Use of propylene glycol or ethoxylated nonionic surfactants can reduce stringiness of the formula.
The beans will be assessed on quality, taste, colour, straightness of bean, stringiness, smoothness and yield, to decide which should get the Award of Garden Merit - the RHS symbol certifying a cultivar as a good garden plant, one that is commercially viable and not requiring specialist growing conditions.