blacknose

blacknose

[′blak‚nōz]
(plant pathology)
A physiological disease of the date, with the distal end of the fruit becoming dark, cracking, and shriveling.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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GWYNEDD breeders Gerallt and Kerry Jones consolidated their standing in the Valais Blacknose sheep world with a saleleading price at the breed society's annual auction.
Hoggs: Valais Blacknose 120gn; Jacob 40gn; Hebridean 35gn.
They included blacknose and sharpnose guitarfishes, which are highly valued for their fins and considered endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List of Threatened Species.
The conference also decided to extend protection measures for 18 more sharks including blacknose and sharpnose guitarfishes, which are highly valued for their fins and already considered endangered by many conservationists.
"The breeds we will be educating people about will be Texel, Cheviot, LLeyn, Blackfaced and Valais Blacknose."
Immi Harris from Herefordshire with Valais Blacknose Fernando - one of many breeds on display at the showground
Immi Harris, from Herefordshire, with a beautiful Valais Blacknose sheep named Fernando
There will also be guest APPEARANCESFROMTHETVSTHIS Farming Life with Raymond Irvine, Jennifer McAllister and their Swiss Valais Blacknose sheep Elfie.They will be presenting the prizes at the Grand Parade.
There's also the chance to meet the cheeky pygmy goats, pigs, blacknose sheep, guinea pigs and chickens - and give them a snack.
(2003) conducted 2 swimming performance trials on 14 Blacknose Dace (Rhinichthys atratulus) and found a CV of 27.7% and 19.8%.
Strong associates in this system include Mountain Redbelly Dace Chrosomus areas, Rosyside Dace Clinostomus funduloides, Rosefin Shiner Lythrurus ardens, and Crescent Shiner Luxilus cerasinus; facultative associates include Blacknose Dace Rhinichthys atratulus and Longnose Dace R.