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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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Flowers team has been cultivating and innovating Sunflowers since 1988, packaging and shipping with unmatched efficiency from a state-of-the-art headquarters in Vista, California.
This month, beautifully crafted sunflowers, bearing the name of loved ones, are being planted as part of a display within Teesside Hospice grounds.
Schoolchildren everywhere would take part in competitions to see who could grow the biggest, tallest sunflowers around.
First, Qi and her colleagues identified DNA markers to determine the possible locations of resistance genes on sunflower chromosome 13.
Chris Hollebeck, Cargill Texturizing s Business Line Manager, Lecithins, explains: Until now Japan was the only country where sunflower lecithin had not been approved for food use, so businesses in this market and those exporting to Japan were missing out on this natural and safe alternative to soy lecithin.
Rev Anthony Beer, of Wick, Vale of Glamorgan, with one of the sunflowers he likes to give away
Sunflower seeds also contain a large quantity of selenium, said ErginbaE-.
ATTRACTIVE A new variety of sunflower could be a common sight
Ukraine, controlling the biggest share of the global market of sunflower oil, is followed by Russia and Argentina.
We also remark how his sunflower paintings look happy, while many of his earlier paintings appear dark and sad.
13 (ANI): Farmers in Tamil Nadu's Dharmapuri district have shifted to sunflower cultivation in the quest of earning more profits from the seasonal crop.
Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L) is the third important major edible oil seed crop in the world after soybean and groundnut.