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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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Nutritional quality of muskmelon fruit as revealed by its biochemical properties during different rates of ripening.Int.
Along crest of ridge between Guana Island Club & Muskmelon Bay, 150-260 ft., Proctor 46522 (SJ).
Similar behavior was obtained by Andrade (2006), observing high values of RAPGR at the beginning and the end of the cycle of the Muskmelon submitted to different irrigation plates and nitrogen and potassium doses.
The main purpose of the present study was to evaluate the responses of soil enzyme activity, soil microorganisms and root systems during different muskmelon growth periods to different film covering levels, drip pipe densities and lower irrigation limits.
Gao, "Effects of water and nitrogen coupling on nitrogen uptake of muskmelon and nitrate accumulation in soil," Transactions of the Chinese Society for Agricultural Machinery, vol.
Item ORAC ([micro]M TE/g) Blueberry 469 Apple 149 Avocado 86 Broccoli 168 Muskmelon 45 Carrot 25 Tomato 53 Unfermented juice 56 Fermented juice 60 Fermented juice without ethanol 59 Table 3: Volatiles of the unfermented and fermented juice.
(2001) who indicated that low population densities in pumpkins and muskmelon can increase the size, weight and sugar content of fruits.
Growth and physicochemical changes during the ripening of hybrid Torreon muskmelon fruits (Cuciimis meio var.
Muskmelon, also known as cantaloupe, is a tender, heat-loving vegetable.
Supapvanich and Tucker [42], have noted that 1-MCP has inhibited polygalacturonase, [beta]-galactosidase and [beta]-galactanase activities of fresh cut muskmelon (Cucumismelovarreticulatus L.), while Kawakami and colleagues [22] have shown that 1-MCP increased the activity of the antioxidant enzymes glutathione reductase and superoxide dismutase in water-stressed plants.
Such effects of bio-organic fertilizers on pathogenic suppression and plant growth improvements have been reported in other plants such as banana (Shen et al., 2013), muskmelon (Zhao et al., 2011), and watermelon (Ling et al., 2010).
While in Thailand, ToLCNDV has successfully been isolated from cucumber, bottle gourd and muskmelon (Ito et al., 2008).