common wheat


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Noun1.common wheat - widely cultivated in temperate regions in many varieties for its commercially important graincommon wheat - widely cultivated in temperate regions in many varieties for its commercially important grain
wheat, wheat berry - grains of common wheat; sometimes cooked whole or cracked as cereal; usually ground into flour
wheat - annual or biennial grass having erect flower spikes and light brown grains
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The report added that the production would be divided up into 35 million quintals of common wheat, 13.3 million quintals of durum wheat and 12.5 million quintals of barley.The directorate's report, however, shows a positive overview of the fruit growing sectors, rearing and rangelands.
The same applies to common wheat with a value of 457 MD, barley (266 MD), maize (252MD), meat (31,7MD), milk and derivatives (84MD).
The Council defines common wheat classes and their quality attributes using the wheat variety classification system and the strategic and operational framework in which classification operates.
The trend involved the mining sector (26.3%) as well as agricultural commodities and foodstuff (24.1%) driven by higher purchases of common wheat (276.5 MD against 140.5 MD) and barley (190.1 MD against 67.7 MTD).
At the beginning of the 20th century, due to its low yield potential and the difficulties with grain dehulling, its crop area gradually declined in favor of more productive naked varieties of common wheat. In recent years, increased interest in this cereal has been observed in many countries.
In experiments, roller milled common wheat flour--Triticum aestivum L.--was additionally modified in a ball mill by varying mill parameters, such as rotation speed and grinding time.
For starters, it has 40% more protein than the common wheat that most of us eat, the essential nutrient for building and repairing tissue.
For starters, it has 40% more protein than the common wheat that most of us eat, the essential nutrient which is important for building and repairing tissue.
These results suggest that HMW-GS polymorphisms observed in the common wheat cultivars, as determined by SDS-PAGE, are related to the technological quality variability assessed using the Glu-1 index on a ten-point scoring scale proposed by Payne [11].
The sorters from the SORTEX A (Top Line) and B (Performance Line) ranges have been specifically designed for grain sorting and are suitable for sorting common wheat and durum wheat, corn, rye, oats, barley, sorghum, buckwheat and soy beans, sunflower and golden millet.