CORMS


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
AcronymDefinition
CORMSContinuous Operational Real-Time Monitoring System
References in periodicals archive ?
Saffron corm prices can range from 50 cents to $1 each, depending on vendor and number of corms purchased.
Order corms from suppliers with the highest ratings, because some sell older corms and keep younger ones for themselves.
Carlos Romao of the Institute of Chemical and Biological Technology of the New University of Lisbon, one of the scientific pioneers and inventors of Aflama's CORM assets, in order to further optimize CORM candidates for a variety of indications.
When plant shoots were cut, 147 days after emergence, roots and corms were separated in each treatment and in all the plants.
The 15 cm between row lead to the highest total yield and corm ash and the lowest corm diameter and cormlet weight (Table 5).
Botanically, the food-storage organs that allow various plants to survive from one growing season to the next are identified by different terms such as bulb, tuber, tuberous root, rhizome and corm.
Saffron corms produce both fibrous roots and contractile roots.
Corms create flowers from small, twiggy protuberances.
Saffron plant blooms in autumn and the rest of its growing season constitutes the initiation, filling up and maturing of the daughter corms.
A blanda corms should be soaked for 24 hours before planting 6cm deep and 3cm apart in groups of 10-20 corms.