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Synonyms for kernel

Synonyms for kernel

a fertilized plant ovule capable of germinating


a source of further growth and development

Synonyms for kernel

the inner and usually edible part of a seed or grain or nut or fruit stone

a single whole grain of a cereal

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Maisuthisakul, Antiradical scavenging activity and polyphenolic compounds extracted from Thai mango seed kernels, As.
Then the factored sequence kernel [3] was proposed as an extension of sequence kernels to the case where the symbols that define the sequences have multiple representations.
Under the Long Term Support Initiative, each year a release of the kernel will be selected to receive extended support for two years.
The pods were shelled, sorted and moisture content of clean kernels gravimetrically determined by oven-drying 10 g representative samples to a constant weight for use.
Initially all spikelets were stripped from the panicle and were sorted according to the number of kernels each contained.
The percentage of unpopped kernels ranged from 4 percent for the best variety to 47 percent for the worst.
6 kernel, LynuxWorks is enabling developers to take advantage of advanced features such as real-time performance and easier porting to new computers.
If using fresh corn, cut kernels off cobs and blanch kernels 3 minutes in salted boiling water.
In a test using conventional yellow dent shelled corn, 80 percent of the insects survived on the diet in which all the kernels were broken, and 61 percent survived on a diet that contained seven percent broken kernels.
Nelsen notes that XL6 seed costs about $50 an acre more and that the grain produced averages a discount of $60 an acre at the mill because of broken kernels.
5 Kernel Fishers Discriminant with heterogeneous kernels
1993a, 1993b), while others have detected the heaviest kernels in basal positions of the panicle (Kiniry, 1988; Kiniry and Musser, 1988).
Using the balance, find the mass of 50 unpopped kernels.
This blanching kills enzymes in both kernels and cob that otherwise gradually destroy corn's flavor molecules.
NASDAQ: DMND), announced today that it will be adding Pop Secret Jumbo Popping Corn Kernels to its Pop Secret product line in early 2010.