Some articles on grains, grain:
... straw, silage, compressed and pelleted feeds, oils and mixed rations, and sprouted grains and legumes ... Feed grains are the most important source of animal feed globally ... The ammount to grain used to produce the same unit of meat varies substantially ...
... harvests, the Soviet government in Moscow continued to export grain rather than retain its crop to feed the people, even though on a significantly lower level than in previous ... In 1930–31 there had been 5,832,000 tons of grains exported In 1931–32, grain exports declined to 4,786,000 tons ... In 1932–33, grain exports were just 1,607,000 tons and in 1933–34, this further declined to 1,441,000 tons ...
... sand-size (0.0625 to 2 mm in diameter), carbonate grains ... The grains consist of sand-size grains of either corals, shells, ooids, intraclasts, pellets, fragments of older limestones and dolomites, other carbonate grains, or some ... system based upon the size of the detrital grains composing a limestone ...
... on leaf tissue in the leaf sheath and developing grains at the milk stage, and indirectly, by transmitting fungal pathogens ... which may facilitate entry of fungal pathogens into developing grains and the leaf sheath ... This damage to grains results in sterility and deformed grains, straight-head, and parrot-beaking of grains ...
... Their heaviest gold coin was Gadyanaka(weighting 96 grains), Dramma (weighted 65 grains), Kalanju (48 grains), Kasu (15 grains), Manjadi (2.5 grains), Akkam (1.25 grains) and Pana (9.6 grain) ...
Famous quotes containing the word grains:
“Little drops of water,
Little grains of sand,
Make the mighty ocean
And the beauteous land.”
—Julia A. Fletcher Carney (18231908)
“Mix salt and sand, and it shall puzzle the wisest of men, with his mere natural appliances, to separate all the grains of sand from all the grains of salt; but a shower of rain will effect the same object in ten minutes.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (182595)
“Listen. The minstrels sing
In the departed villages. The nightingale,
Dust in the buried wood, flies on the grains of her wings
And spells on the winds of the dead his winters tale.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)