nonleafy

nonleafy

(ˌnɒnˈliːfɪ)
adj
(Botany) botany not leafy, having no leaves
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The "Traditional" pattern, composed of rice and tubers, beans, vegetable oils, nonleafy vegetables, meats, fish, and eggs (grilled, cooked or roasted), explained 10.9% of the data variance.
Nonleafy vegetables Pumpkin, zucchini, leek, eggplant, beet, broccoli, onion, carrot, chayote, cauliflower, eggplant, peppers (green, red, or yellow), palm heart, cucumber, okra, radish, cabbage, tomato, green beans.
showing that the nitrate concentration of potato was higher than the recommended level of WHO (347.7 [+ or -] 45.4 mg [kg.sup.-1]); additionally, leafy vegetables contained the highest (673.8 [+ or -] 50/6) and nonleafy vegetables contained the lowest level of nitrate (12.5 [+ or -] 0.9 mg [kg.sup.-1]) [16].
Nitrogen effects on grain yield and yield components of early and nonleafy maize genotypes.
Nonleafy normal stature and P3905 generally had the largest stover, cob, and total dry masses for all site-years while NLRS had the lowest.
showing that the nitrate concentration of potato was higher than the recommended level of WHO (347.7 [+ or -] 45.4mg [kg.sup.-1]); additionally, leafy vegetables contained the highest (673.8 [+ or -] 50/6) and nonleafy vegetables contained the lowest level of nitrate (12.5 [+ or -] 0.9mg [kg.sup.-1]) [16].
Nitrogen effects on grain yield and yield components of leafy and Nonleafy Maize Genotypes.
In west Bengal, India, leafy and root vegetables contained arsenic close to 100% in the iAs form; nonleafy vegetables contained ~74% of the iAs form (Halder et al.