In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- However, molasses, which is the residue collected after sugar cane has been refined, is a rich source of nutrients.
- Botanically a grass, sugar cane's roots lie in the South Pacific, but it now grows wherever the climate is warm and balmy.
- Actually, sugar cane and rice are much more integral to Taipei culture.
- This approach has already been used successfully to saturate different genomic regions of sugar cane, barley and wheat.
- MSG is a powdered form of glutamate made by fermenting molasses from sugar cane and beets.
- The traditional farmers have sugar cane, tropical fruits, beef and dairy.
- Examples of C4 plants are corn, sorghum, and sugar cane, both of which do well in hot, sunny conditions.
- Like all grasses, sugar cane has a jointed stem, and its leaves and branches come from the shoots at each joint.
- Also pictured are stalks of sugar cane, a palm tree, bananas, and a white dove.
- It is an initial surprise to see gleaming white temples and familiar British road signs alongside the fields of tall green sugar cane.
- It doesn't make any more sense to be paying a lot of well-off farmers to make sugar beets and sugar cane in this country.
- Our spirits are high as we drive past the fields of sugar cane and rice, with the warm sun on our faces.
- It is no surprise that C4 plants, such as sugar cane, maize and sorghum are among the most productive crops in agriculture.
- Muslims introduced new crops, such as sugar cane, rice, cotton and a number of fruits.
- Whether it is sugar cane, wheat or coffee, the result is the same.
- This inoculation technique has been used successfully to examine the infection of sugar cane and sorghum leaves by Herbaspirillum spp.
- However, the economy is primarily agrarian, with principal crops of rice, sugar cane, maize, and wheat.
- On the Pacific Coast they grow rice, cotton, sugar cane, and barley for sale.
- We know that the ancient Austronesians grew rice, millet, and sugar cane.
- The CountryLink XPT runs through plantations of sugar cane and passion fruit.
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