In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(plant, grain)cereal masculineto grow cereals — cultivar cereales
- Conventional C3 photosynthesis is used by rice, wheat and most other cereals.
- There is compelling evidence indicating that, in some cereals such as maize, barley, rice, and wheat, cytosolic AGPase accounts for the major AGPase activity in the endosperm.
- Hermada is a multi-function cereal whose grains can be used to replace rice or wheat, and its blades of grass can be transformed into sweeps.
- The current period constitutes the harvest phase for most cereals in Zambia including maize, which is coming on the market from small and medium-scale farmers.
- In contrast to cereals or other crops, legumes are known to acidify the rhizosphere even when supplied with nitrates.
- He advocated a meatless diet of rough cereals and whole wheat products along with vegetables and fruits.
- With current prices for certain cereal grains relatively high, particularly quality wheat and malting barley, world output of these cereals in 2003 is expected to increase.
- Maize silage and whole crop cereals (eg triticale) are two such alternative forages.
- Grains and cereals are the best food source for B-complex vitamins, carbohydrates, and minerals like iron, calcium and magnesium.
- The Voakes family, who keep 400 breeding sows and also grow sugar beet and cereals, have recently set up a business to bake premium quality pork pies on the farm - using pork from their own pigs.
- Food was seen as a sun-product, of which the cereals wheat and barley were the sacred, life-giving staples.
- The limitations of peasant agriculture reflected the intense concern with growing cereals.
- Carbohydrates are what we consume in the largest quantities in foods like rice, wheat, cereals, as well as those made from refined flour such as biscuits, cakes and breads.
- There are few governments that chose to rely on imports of basic cereals (wheat, rice, etc.)
- Scientists will be able to use the completed rice genome as a template for their work with the other cereals, such as wheat and maize.
- These recommendations reflect a growing consensus that a healthy diet should be based on starch-rich foods such as cereals and should include generous quantities of fruit and vegetables.
- The food value is equal to that of cultivated cereals and today many want to increase Canada's production for human benefit as a nutritious food source but also to supply food to waterfowl for increased game hunting.
- The grasses used may be native to the area or specially introduced species such as rye grass, fescue, or bent grasses, although sometimes cereals such as barley or oats are used.
- However, the protein in legumes is ‘incomplete’, and if it is to give full value it has to be complemented by foods, notably cereals, which supply the missing elements.
- The World Food Programme has enough cereals to last until April, but will run out of the less important vegetable oil and pulses by the month's end, said programme spokesman Peter Smerdon.
- Any risk of a return to rural conditions was a sign of social regression, and when inferior cereals replaced wheat in the markets, city authorities would be forced to requisition supplies elsewhere for fear of riots.
- Indeed, in the absence of amylase starch is not degraded, and anoxia-intolerant cereals such as wheat and barley suffer soon from sugar starvation, and eventually die.
- Starch granules of several size classes are found in the endosperm of cereals such as wheat.
- Prepared from germinated and sprouted grain and cereals, their food is rich in various nutrients, vitamins and enzymes and also helps in curing constipation, acidity, piles and skin diseases.
- A shift is noticed from cereals to other food items of lesser nutrition among the poor.
- The higher inflation levels as observed in November were largely attributed to rising food prices especially mealie meal, maize grain, cereals and cereal products, meat, fish and kapenta.
- Put simply, we all know that water is required for the production of food such as cereals, vegetables, and meat and dairy products.
- They believe that people with autism may suffer from a metabolic abnormality which prevents them from properly digesting gluten, a protein that comes from wheat and other cereals, or caseine, which comes from milk.
- The light soils of the countryside to the east were suitable for raising sheep, which provided the fertilizer for growing cereals such as barley, wheat and rye.
- If you grow cereals and sugar beet on the arable land of the East Riding you are not going to be able to directly market your production.
- And as well as that, you've got the fungus that infects the flowers of rye and wheat and other cereals, and it produces hallucinogenic alkaloids, basically precursors to LSD.
- What does exist is an international trade in surpluses of grain, cereals and meat dumped primarily by rich countries and corporations.
- Eating a nutrient-rich, calorie-poor diet that includes lots of grains and cereals, as well as fruit and veggies, can make your real age as much as four years younger than your chronological age.
- The inclusion rates of finely ground feed should be kept to a minimum (for example, ground cereals, maize gluten).
- Agriculture includes livestock-rearing, viticulture, and crops such as cereals, sugar beet, and potatoes.
- She advises women to eat leafy vegetables, fresh fruits, cereals, and pulses and avoid spicy or tinned food and bakery products.
- The LBK economy was based on cattle husbandry and the cultivation of cereals, mainly wheat and barley.
- Among important cereals, the wheat genome with 16,000 Mb is the largest and rice with 415 Mb is the smallest.
- The winning presentation compared the use of various levels of untreated dairy sludge and vermicomposted dairy sludge for growing vegetables, cereals, grass and flowers.
- Instant food mixes from cereals, pulses and nuts and other nutritious preparations from locally available foods are taught during the training courses with demos.
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