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Saltos de línea: culm

sustantivo

The hollow stem of a grass or cereal plant, especially that bearing the flower.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The main culms of the plants were harvested at anthesis, 18 days post-anthesis and at maturity.
  • At the lower end of this maximum, the portion of this tissue decreases, but closer to the ground, the stems, and often also the culms of the grasses, increase (as can easily be seen in trees), and produce a second maximum.
  • We also realized that the culms of plants tend to elongate as the growing season progresses.

Origen

Mid 17th century: from Latin culmus 'stalk'.

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Culm 2 Saltos de línea: Culm

sustantivo

[mass noun]
1 Geology A series of Carboniferous strata in SW England, mainly shale and limestone with some thin coal seams.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The Lower Carboniferous and lowermost Upper Carboniferous stratigraphic sequence is composed of the Culm siliceous shales, the Culm siliceous limestones, the Culm limestones and the upper black shales.
  • Sedimentation characterized by radiolarian-bearing red mudrocks is typical of the interval between the sulphide layer and the flysch of the Culm.
  • Ahead of this deformation front there is a record of synorogenic sedimentation that is referred to as the Culm.
2 (culm) archaic Coal dust or slack.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Although he started to study this subject when culm burning had largely ceased in the 1980s, he was very fortunate in having a large core of oral history among the older generation of people who knew all about culm.

Origen

Middle English (in the sense 'soot, smut', now only Scots): probably related to coal.

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