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mung

A foul, gloppy substance. I can't believe they expect us to eat this mung! He fell into the pond and came out covered in black, odious mung.

mung up

1. To ruin or damage something; to mess up something. In this usage, a noun of pronoun can be used between "mung" and "up." The threat of a hurricane really munged up our vacation plans! Boy, you really munged this engine up. When was the last time you got your oil changed? I munged up my knee in practice last night so I won't be able to play on Saturday.
2. To make a mistake; to mess up. I think I munged up by putting it in the oven too soon. You munged up, Dave. Just admit and we can all move on.
3. To fail or malfunction. The printer munged up last night so I still haven't printed my report. It looks like the carburetor is totally munged up—you'll have to get the whole thing replaced.
See also: mung, up

mung something up

Sl. to mess something up. Don't mung it up this time. The team munged up the play, and the coach blasted them but good.
See also: mung, up

mung

1. and MUNG (məŋ) n. something that is mashed until no good; anything nasty or gloppy. (An acronym, but possibly a coinage before it became an acronym.) This mung is cruel and unusual punishment. I demand to see the warden.
2. tv. to ruin something. Look at it! You munged it!

MUNG

verb
See mung

mung something up

tv. to mess something up. The team munged up the play, and the coach blasted them but good.
See also: mung, something, up
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In mungbean NUYT conducted during 2007, candidate variety Inqalab Mung (DM-3) was tested at fifteen locations all over the country and gave best yield as compared to both check varieties NM-06 and NM-92.
Therefore, an investigation was conducted to determine the effects of lactic acid on the growth and morphological characteristics of mung bean.
After alkaline solubilization of the proteins in the ranged from pH 8-10 and removal of the insoluble material by centrifuging, proteins are precipitated by adding acid from pH 4-6 until reaching the isoelectric point [4].There is limited information available in the literature on the functionality of mung bean protein isolate as affected by fermentation.
The discriminant function method of making selection in plants appeared to be the most useful than the straight selection for seed yield alone and hence, due weightage should be given to the important selection indices while making selection for yield advancement in mung bean.
One idea is that the bubbles are the result of carbon dioxide gas produced as the mung beans begin to grow.
The experiments were conducted in khash fields (South East of Iran) to determine the effects of water intervals and super absorbent polymers on yield and yield components of local mung bean.
* Studies show that mung bean seed coat extract and EGCG from green tea prevented death from acute inflammation by counteracting HMGB1, suggesting that their use will be effective in other inflammatory diseases, such as the chronic diseases of aging.
The light directly irradiated the seedling of mung bean from am 7:00 to pm 7:00 each day.
Although many plant-derived products had studies conducted on their anti-inflammatory and antinociceptive properties, however, limited study was done to evaluate and compare the effects from mung bean (MB) whole seed, germinated mung bean (GMB), and fermented mung bean (FMB) aqueous extract.
Mung beans, which can be used in stir fries or raw in salads, take three to five days; fenugreek, which is spicy, takes the same; while alfalfa, which tastes faintly of fresh peas, is ready in two to three days.
Sama, MD, at the Feinstein Institute found that extract from mung bean (Vigna radiata), a bean native to India and commonly used in Chinese food and traditional medicine, reduced the release of HMGB1, thereby increasing survival rates in mice from 29.4 percent to 70 percent.
The present studies were conducted to determine the impact of mite population on germination in seeds of Maize and Mung from farmer's holdings of Tehsil Toba Tek Singh viz., Toba Tek Singh, Janiwala, Dabawala, Jalalpur, Dulum, Rajana, Bairianwala, Pairra and Chatiana.
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