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Uncle Bud invited me to join him on a stroll to the beach.
He has to harvest as many mature buds as possible, starting at 6 a.
PDSA vet, Steven Goldie, said: "Despite our initial fears, Bud pulled through.
Fruitfulness of buds is in part determined by genetics, but other factors such as freeze damage, vine nutrition, virus and poor weather conditions during bud development in the previous season can affect the survival and fruitfulness of a primary bud.
The biological test was performed with cuttings of 6 cm length each which were removed from the middle portion of the branch containing a trio of buds formed by a central vegetative bud and two lateral flower buds, located at the upper end.
Two bud developmental stages (developing and mature) were characterized by their prophyll development.
Since the experiment ended after a month, the researchers can't say whether the mice with buds would have lived much longer.
Bud take success % age = [Total green buds/Total buds inserted] x 100
Bud read the clipboard: The shelter thinks I'm five years old.
When we were first assigned the bud project, I'm not going to lie, I wasn't too thrilled about it.
The film tells the story of Bud Fox, a young stockbroker who initially rejects the teachings of his good and true father, Carl Fox.