Acala


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Acala

[ə′kal·ə]
(botany)
A type of cotton indigenous to Mexico and cultivated in Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.
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Yields of Acala cotton in the conservation tillage systems were generally lower than in the standard systems from 2001 through 2004 but similar to those in the standard systems from 2005 through 2007, 2010 and 2011 (fig.
But when he went to the Acala Valley in 1984 to re-collect the original germplasm, he couldn't find any cotton at all.
Genotype ACALA SJ-4 reached this potential 12 days after suspension of irrigation, while genotype BRS 187 8H reached this foliar water status 18 days after suspension of irrigation (Figure 1A).
0 MPa, the tolerant genotypes (BRS 187 and 8H ACALA SJ-4) had average electrolyte leakage rates lower than those of the sensitive genotypes (CNPA 7H and SU-0450/8909) (Table 2).
51%, with lower values for the tolerant genotypes (BRS 187 8H and ACALA SJ-4) and higher ones for the sensitive genotypes (CNPA 7H and SU-0450/8909).
When subjected to a water deficit, ACALA SJ-4 showed a greater seed cotton yield, compared to that of the sensitive genotype.
Acala, 18, of San Fernando was pronounced dead after his PT Cruiser strayed into oncoming traffic on Sierra Highway, sheriff's officials reported.
Next, the scientists will study the Acala lines of G.
Phytogen had cotton seed sales of about $9 million in 1997, and holds approximately 40 percent of the market for high value acala and pima cotton varieties grown in California.
In the first half of 1996, it is worth noting that the Company received a new order from ACALA (Armament Chemical Acquisition and Logistics Agency) for M1A1 Tank Slip Rings valued at $267,000; as well as an order from Texas Instruments for Slip Rings in the QXX Program.
ACALA has approximately 1,243 civilians, and 68 military personnel.
ACALA is led by Director of ACALA, Perry Stewart, who reports directly to TACOM's Commanding General Joseph Raffiani Jr.