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produce buds, branches, or germinate

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These germinated grains found around a low-temperature oven indicate that they were used to become malt for brewing beer," said Larsson.
Germination percentage = Number 6 strongly germinated seed/Total number of seeds tested x 100
The GSI of the DKB hybrid, at the highest and the lowest studied osmotic potentials, were 10.43 and 2.15 germinated seeds per day, respectively (Figure 1B).
To overcome these unhealthy factors, legumes are either cooked or germinated.
Rain causes seeds to germinate rapidly, and once germinated, critters rarely consume the seed.
The obese rats were classified into five groups: (obese control +ve), (10% cooked faba bean), (20% cooked faba bean), (10% germinated faba bean) and (20% germinated faba bean).
They haven't done well the past few years but things are looking up - 12 have germinated.
They haven't done well the past few years but things are looking |Pretty: Orlaya up - 12 have germinated.
This is different from the traditional transplanted puddled rice (TPR) system, in which the seeds were germinated in the nursery first, and after which transplanted to the field.
Pakistan Cotton Ginners Association (PCGA) will cooperate with multi-national companies to import good quality seed for increasing the cotton production in the country and it will also supply well germinated, high resistant seed, said Mukhtar Ahmed Khan Baloch Chairman of PCGA.
Locate the plate on a warm (not hot) surface, and after one week uncover the seeds and count the number that have germinated. Five out of 10 would show a 50 percent germination rate, and eight out of 10 equals 80 percent germination.
ABSTRACT: The present study focused on functional properties of flours derived from germinated mungbean seeds.
Meanwhile, mean germination rate was calculated as the number of seeds germinated per unit of time (Ranal & Santana 2006).