foxtail millet


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coarse drought-resistant annual grass grown for grain, hay, and forage in Europe and Asia and chiefly for forage and hay in United States

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Effects of dietary protein of Korean foxtail millet on plasma adinopectin, HDL-cholesterol and insulin levels in genetically type 2 diabetic mice.
No X, VI, VIII variation types were detected in the eleven foxtail millet strains.
Phytoliths analysis for the discrimination of Foxtail Millet (Setaria italica) and Common Millet (Panicum miliaceum).
Recent work with TB1 suggests that it might be a regulator of inflorescence branching in foxtail millet, even though it is not in maize (A.
foxtail millet in Chapter 6 by Darmency; urban ornamentals in Chapter 7 by Kowarik; sorghum in Chapter 8 by Ejeta and Grenier; soybean in Chapter 9 by Lu; maize and soybean in Chapter 10 by Owen; wheat in Chapter 11 by Ayal and Levy; rye in Chapter 12 by Burger and Ellstrand; radishes in Chapter 13 by Snow and Campbell; sunflower and other Helianthus species in Chapter 14 by Berville et al.
The noodles were made from broomcorn and foxtail millet, rather than wheat or rice.
Ornamental grasses are an ideal starting point, particularly foxtail millet, hare's tail and quaking grass.
Now, they're discovering that there's enough moisture on the central Great Plains for a crop rotation that includes foxtail millet, along with wheat.
The major scope of current proposal is the exploitation of strategies to improve the phosphate use efficiency of a key crop, foxtail millet (Setaria italica).
Introduce light millets like jawar , brown rice, corn, foxtail millet, quinoa and khus khus into your diet.
Millets (generally nutritious high-calcium content food) occupy a wider inter-genus range as they belong to 5 genera; namely: Penissetum, Eleusine, Setaria, Panicum and Paspalum with 50% of the total millet grain production being pearl millet, 30% proso/golden and foxtail millet and 10% finger millet.
IN THE GREAT PLAINS OF THE USA, foxtail millet is used primarily as a warm-season annual forage.
2]), very late flowering (late August to mid-September when sown in early June at ARDC, Mead), hay-type foxtail millet with stems 0.
Comparative mapping reveals a complex relationship between the pearl millet genome and those of foxtail millet and rice.
Proposed genotypes for plant/bristle, anther, seedcoat color, bristle length, earhead density, and seed shape for five genetic stocks and two cultivars of foxtail millet.