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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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However, most studies in silage research have analyzed silage fermentation of fresh corn stover, and limited information is available on the effects of field drying corn stover on feed composition, silage fermentation, and digestibility.
Stover emphasised the importance that Noble Energy attaches to Egypt, as the country offers promising opportunities for the energy sector, especially in light of the state's great interest in the development of this vital sector.
An increasing interest in biofuel and electricity production from crop stover is emerging and local studies were performed to assess the possible contribution of agriculture to the country's energy matrix (Hilbert 2013; Menendez and Hilbert 2013; Montico and Di Leo 2015).
Farming community is hesitant in consuming corn stover for the feeding of milking animals basically due to their opinion that (CSS) can not only decrease milk production but other harmful effects as well.
Most recently, Dr Stover was the head of Agensys Inc, an Astellas Pharma affiliate focused on antibody and antibody drug conjugate development.
For the first test, we ignited a stack of 12 rectangular bales of corn stover (bale size: 4 ft x 3 ft x 8 ft; stack size: 2 bales wide x 3 bales long x 2 bales high) along one side.
The Stover was a bigger step, not only because Kathy had entered his life, but also because it was the beginning of what would grow to be a collection of more than 50 Stover engines.
Rachel Rinehart has won the Elizabeth Matchett Stover Award for her poem "Christmas Eve, 1932" (Volume 102, nos.
Data pertaining to seed and stover yields (table-1) exhibited substantial differences due to different integrated nutrient management practices.
Our findings regarding the association of NAS with some maternal drug exposures can be shared with opiate-dependent mothers during general counseling about tobacco and illicit use in pregnancy and in counseling about NAS," explained Megan Stover, MD, a fellow in maternal-fetal medicine and genetics at Tufts Medical Center in Boston.
Editors Fulkerson and Stover present readers with a collection of academic articles and scholarly papers focused on the use of repetition in Latin epic poetry.
NEW YORK COSMOS chief Erik Stover reckons Rangers fans should thank their lucky stars after Niko Kranjcar penned a two-year deal at Ibrox.