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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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Standardization of the hormone concentration for direct regeneration (DR) Muskmelon genotype used for DR were, Hara Madhu, Eden Gem and Punjab Sunheri DR was done to find the optimum concentration of growth regulator BAP for producing maximum regenerants from zygotic embryos of Muskmelon seeds.
Priming and seed orientation affect emergence and seed coat adherence and seedling development of muskmelon transplants.
He is progressive and has grown muskmelon, a summer fruit known as 'Kharbuza' in local parlance.
Welbaum, 1986, Effect of postharvest washing and post-storage priming on viability and vigour of 6-year old muskmelon (Cucumis melo L.
Cucumber, eggplant, lima beans, muskmelon, peppers, pumpkin, squash, sweet potato and watermelon all prefer warm temperatures.
Immunolocalization of a class III chitinase in two muskmelon cultivars reacting differently to Fusarium oxysporum f.
vegetables, blue potatoes, banana muskmelon, different tomato varieties
In Sunset garden,"Ambrosia' muskmelon outgrew its cover five weeks after planting, while control (foreground) was just getting started.
Among these are baby (miniature) vegetables, blue potatoes, banana muskmelon, a different tomato variety or new variety vegetables.
Priming also causes to reduce the adherence of seed coat due to imbibition, which may permit to emerge out redicle without resistance as Nascimento and West [27] reported that the priming minimizes seed coat adherence during emergence of muskmelon seeds.
They search for a sweet, juicy muskmelon, and wonder why cantaloupes are crisp and dry.