Chemical and nutritional studies on mango seed kernels
Some researchers proposed syntactic and semantic kernels
for text classification   .
It is an industry-wide project with the idea of having a common base kernel
for electronics that can be maintained individually to the benefit of all instead of privately within each company.
Protection and storage of kernels
in the laboratory rooms
Analysis of variance (not shown) indicated significant environmental effects, genotype effects, and significant genotype x environment interaction for whorls per panicle, spikelets per panicle, kernels
per panicle, grain mass per panicle, and mean mass per kernel
Those popcorn varieties with the highest degree of crystallinity yielded the fewest unpopped kernels
, the Purdue team reports in a forthcoming Biomacromolecules.
Future LynuxWorks UML versions will allow developers to port and virtualize the Linux kernel
onto other OSes and provide a completely authentic Linux environment to run any Linux executable.
These results indicate that if corn is cleaned to remove broken kernels
before it is stored, the likelihood that stored-grain insects like Indian meal moth will become a problem in the storage bin is much less.
Data from Kiniry and Musser (1988) support the observation that genotypes may differ in kernel
density during grain filling as well as the possibility that kernels
coming from different positions within the sorghum panicle may also have differences.
Find the volume of the 50 unpopped kernels
by measuring them in the graduated cylinder.
Every three months for a year, they measured the enzyme content of individual kernels
and cobs from the two group.
A major goal in hybrid seed production, in fact, is to reduce the area dedicated to male rows as much as possible without decreasing the number of kernels
harvested per area (Wych, 1988).