Melon

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Melon

An informal term for zero. For example, an investment may be said to generate a melon.
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Physiochemical properties of cantaloupe seed oil: The oil content recovered by soxhlet extraction was calculated, as percentage difference between weight of ground seeds and the oil obtained, was 41% which was in agreement to the studies on Cucumis melo seed oil by (Fokuo et al.
Plantas hospederas de los virus mas importantes que infectan el melon, Cucumis melo (Cucurbitaceae) en Costa Rica.
Regeneration of plants from hypocotyl and cotyledon cultures of Cucumis melo cv.
In vitro plant regeneration from leaf and cotyledon explants of Cucumis melo L.
It is unlikely that Daucus carota and Cucumis melo are true hosts of this species, which usually develops on grasses.
Palabras Clave: Apis mellifera, Cucumis melo, pecoreo, dispersion-abejas, polinizacion
The Facts: However, what Americans call cantaloupes are actually muskmelons, a different variety of Cucumis melo, in the same family as cucumbers, squash and pumpkins.
The study titled "Anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of a Cucumis melo extract rich in superoxide dismutase activity (SOD/Gliadin)" confirms the clinically important role that SOD/gliadin plays as a nutraceutical ingredient.
Phloem specific aphid resistance in Cucumis melo line AR5: effects on feeding behaviour and performance of Aphis gossypii.