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Boll

An obsolete Scottish unit of dry volume. For beans, grass seed, peas, rye, salt, and wheat, one boll was approximately equivalent to 145.145 liters. For barley, malt, and oats, however, it was approximately equivalent to 211.664 liters.
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Adults feed on leaves, green bolls and partially opened bolls.
Dysdercus koenigiiA significant effect of the pest was observedon the mature bolls. In released cages of the D.
The relative photosynthetic contribution of bolls (capsule walls plus bracts) and the stalks to seed cotton dry weight per boll was assessed by darkening either the bolls or the stalks during fruit development (Table 4).
"While threat avoiders may passively view news online from time to time, reward seekers are much more likely to visit news websites and, once they are there, stay there for longer periods of time," Bolls said.
hyalinipennis collected during this survey were found in the bolls of the cotton plants.
As shown by the US Boll Weevil Eradication Program (http:// permanent.access.gpo.gov/lps3025/ weevil.html), the only effective way thus far, to reduce BW populations to levels below economic significance is the use of intensive pheromone mass trapping, pin-head applications based on pheromone trapping, in-season insecticide applications and intensive <<diapause-control programs>>.
The image of the mosaic within the mosaic that Boll uses to illustrate the espionage of the Polish
Genotypic coefficients of variation (CV) were largest for the agronomic traits plant height and boll size (Table 2).
Relatively little attention has been paid to this topic, and Christine Hummel's substantial 2001 Wuppertal dissertation is a welcome change from the well worked topic of Boll's literary and political commitment She concentrates on the first and third of these aspects of intertextuality, while widening the concept to include intermediality, the role of other arts, especially music and film, in Boll's works Her interpretative method, outlined in an opening review of theories of intertextuality, is based largely on Jorg Helbig's Intertextualitat und Markierung (Heidelberg: Winter, 1996); her 'strukturalistischer Intertextualitatsbegriff' depends on 'die erkennbare Markierung im Text' (p.
Hence, it was necessary to destroy bolls to kill the pink bollworm to prevent them from hurting crops in summer season, the CCRI Multan director said.
Similarly, in the case of boll weight, progenies CRIS-134 x Neelum-121 recorded the bigger bolls (3.54 g), while the parental lines Neelum-121 showed the highest mean value (3.26 g).