grains美 [greɪnz] 英 [greɪnz]
Statolith One of a number of large starch grains found in the statocytes, plant cells that are thought to be gravity sensitive.
Increasing the height of fermented grains around the wall would not reduce boundary effects evidently.
Along with the delay of planting date, the rate of diseased grains tends to decline. While different varieties have the difference slightly.
The suspended sediment of natural streams is usually made up of grains with a broad spectrum of sizes and fall velocities.
That is enough to work out how oil and gas trapped in the pores between the grains of such a rock might be expected to behave.
Fruits and vegetables, whole grains, high-fiber foods, and oily fish should make up the biggest part of a woman's diet.
Even those that boast whole grains typically remove the germ, one of the more nutritious parts of a whole grain kernel.
Eventually you get a feeling for how much you can and can't eat, and how to add carbs that are healthy (such as whole grains).
To leave the hustle and bustle of the city, in the grains fragrance of the garden, you and me during walks.
She said she expects to see dairy products mixed with juice, grains, fruits and nuts, all of which PepsiCo markets.