The charts at CERN show calculations that a 126 GeV Higgs boson is expected to decay to a bottom/anti-bottom quark combination 56% of the time. Do they mean as an Upsilon Meson which decays in a certain pattern according to the wiki meson decay charts? Or, do they mean independent bottom and anti-bottom quarks, where the bottom quark decays into a charm or an up quark according to the wiki bottom quark page. I fear I may have some confusion regarding the understanding of decays. Ie. after decaying to the bottom/anti-bottom pair, what is the most likely next decay product of the bottom/anti-bottom pair?