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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Born from a poor rice-farming family in Marawi, Acala never knew his life would change.
Cultivars analyzed included Suregrow 248 (SG248), Stoneville 474 (STV474), Deltapine 565 (DP565), New Mexico 67 (NM67), Acala Maxxa (AM), and Phytogen 72 (PHY72).
Fate of nitrogen-15 applied to irrigated Acala and Pima cotton.
Estan ubicadas en Acala, Cintalapa y Pueblo Nuevo Solistahuacan.
Aslam M, Travis RL, Rains DW (2001) Inhibition of net nitrate uptake by ammonium in Pima and Acala cotton roots.
The pair of sea turtles is representative of the Kuna concept known as acala, a belief that all things in the universe exist in pairs.
Madrid from PS255pp: Take a two-night break staying roomonly at the four-star Confortel Acala Norte hotel.
Response of recent Acala cotton cultivars to variable nitrogen rates in the San Joaquin valley of California.
Plant material: Plant material was consisted of seeds of five Syrian accredited local varieties of Gossypium hirsutum L.: Aleppo 118 (Aleppo 40 X American variety BW 76-31), Deir Al Zour 22 (a selected line from Delta Pine 41), Rakka 5 (a selected line from Tashkand 3), Aleppo 90 (Tashkand 3 X Delta pine 70) and Aleppo 33/1 (Acala SG 4) and one introduced variety Chirpan 539; along with one variety of Gossypium barbadense L.