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stunt

1
a person, animal, or plant that has been stunted

stunt

2
an acrobatic or dangerous piece of action in a film or television programme

stunt

[stənt]
(plant pathology)
Any of several plant diseases marked by reduction in size of the plant.
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We estimated stunting in 2050 using published modeled national calorie availability under two climate scenarios and a reference scenario (no climate change).
RESULTS: We estimated that climate change will lead to a relative increase in moderate stunting of 1-29% in 2050 compared with a future without climate change.
Undernutrition" refers to a physical state and is measured using (among other things) anthropometric indices such as stunting (height-for-age) and underweight (weight-forage) (World Health Organization (WHO) 2010).
So malnutrition and stunting might be even higher in those areas," Children in the Palestinian territories featured surprisingly low in the international rankings, with a 10% prevalence of stunted growth, far better than some of the territories' wealthier neighbors.
The other thing we need to remember is that presently it is 10% but stunting was as low as 7.
indicates that unlike drought-related stunting, the stunting from root-restricting small pots is not caused by decreased photosynthesis.
Use a wide array of blitzing and stunting schemes to confuse the blocking schemes and pressure the ball.