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stover

[′stō·vər]
(agriculture)
Stalks and leaves, not including grain, of such forages as corn and sorghum.
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I never thought about getting into the movies, but if I do I guess have a good connection," Stover said.
Animals are literally changing their tunes in response to a growing human din, Stover says.
The research also shows that the chemical compounds created when the stover goes through the AFEX process can improve the overall fermentation process," said Lau.
Some of the stories that Stover has worked on include the 2003 space shuttle Columbia disaster and the 2004 hurricanes.
The new designation as an Associated Institution will give Cornell educators and researchers the opportunity to do even more, Stover notes.
Their Integrated BioRefinery technology is expected to significantly increase the amount of ethanol per acre achievable by using both the corn grain and stover.
Kansas City, MO-based Russell Stover has more than 50 locations nationwide and plans to open one or two stores in Ohio in 2007, according to Randy Adams, vice president of Russell Stover's retail department.
2005) estimated agricultural biomass could provide nearly a billion dry tons annually for bioenergy, and stated corn stover is the largest untapped source of agricultural biomass in the United States.
Previous research in maize has demonstrated reductions of both the grain and stover yield (Lee and Brewbaker, 1984; Miller et al.
Farms could potentially contribute a far larger quantity of biomass (998 million dry tons), and much of that may come from corn stover and perennial crops managed with no-till production techniques and collected with advanced harvesting equipment.