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(botany) the whorl of sepals of a flower collectively forming the outer floral envelope or layer of the perianth enclosing and supporting the developing bud

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In case of planting density, maximum fresh calyx weight per plant was obtained at the lowest plant density i.
One advantage Calyx enjoyed was that it doesn't rely on outside capital investors, says Boggs.
A participatory varietal selection process was used to identify new varieties of both plants based on fruit yield, leaf, calyx traits, and consumers' preference.
13 April 2015 - UK-based IT managed services provider Redcentric plc (AIM: RCN) has closed its acquisition of Calyx Managed Services Ltd.
As per the agreement, Calyx Telecoms will be taking care of distribution, sales and marketing ZTE smartphones and tablets in the country.
Middle calyx access has been underused in PCNL, especially in the supine position.
10 May 2012 - Canaccord Genuity Corp has been mandated as agent for the private placement of Calyx Bio-Ventures Inc's (CVE:CYX) units, the Canadian technology company said on Wednesday.
Provider of loan marketing, originating and processing software Calyx Software announced on Tuesday that it has expanded the Calyx Network with an interface update.
When the calyx has separated from the fruit easily, the fruit is ripe.
The calyx which may be green, light or dark- red is used as a vegetable or for food and beverages preservation in food industries (Clydesdale et al.
Tomatoes stay fresh longer if the calyx is removed with the fruit.
Calyx Financial, a hedge fund, has announced that it has launched an Islamic investment firm.
Calyx hairs secrete liquid for 2 to 3 weeks as the bud matures.
For readers whose only association of calyx is the green protective outer leaves of buds, consider this: CALYX, a nonprofit West Coast feminist journal, in its thirty years of publishing two issues a year, has introduced more than 3,500 women artists and writers.