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by J. H. Bradbury,W. D. Holloway

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0949511617
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J. H. Bradbury,W. D. Holloway
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Chemistry of Tropical.

Chemistry of Tropical.

1988) Chemistry of Tropical Root Crops: Significance for Nutrition and Agriculture in the Pacific.

Book Publishing WeChat. ACIAR Monograph Ser. No. 6, Canberra. 1988) Effect of Cooking on Nutrient Contents of Tropical Root Crops from the South Pacific. Triple Cropping Systems of Spring Maize, Tropical Grass of Teff (Eragrostis tef) and Winter Cereal Crops to Combine Total Digestible Nutrient Yield with Protein Concentration in Southern Kyushu, Japan. Yukimi Nakata, Sachiko Idota, Manabu Tobisa, Yasuyuki Ishii. 91010 411 Downloads 709 Views Citations. del. (2011) Report on roots, tubers and bananas for food security and income. 1977) Ipomeamarone in blemished and diseased sweet potatoes. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 25: 94–96.

James Bradbury, Warren Desmond Holloway. Processing of cassava roots to remove cyanogens. aula Cardoso, Estevão Mirione, +4 authors James Bradbury. A study on the functional properties of taro starches from Tonga : a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Technology in Food Technology at Massey University.

ABSTRACT: Yam is an important staple cash crop, which constitutes 53% of total root and tuber consumption in West Africa. It is a cheap source of carbohydrate in the diets of millions of people worldwide and in tropical West Africa

ABSTRACT: Yam is an important staple cash crop, which constitutes 53% of total root and tuber consumption in West Africa. It is a cheap source of carbohydrate in the diets of millions of people worldwide and in tropical West Africa. However, attack by Planococcus citri results in shriveling of the tubers, making them become light and unpalatable. They also lose their market value.

Ensets are a type of root and tuber crops that used mainly for human food (as such or in processed form), for animal feed and for medicine, for fibers and the like

Ensets are a type of root and tuber crops that used mainly for human food (as such or in processed form), for animal feed and for medicine, for fibers and the like. These crops are the main source of carbohydrates in the southern and southwest Ethiopia. Enset is a multipurpose crop of which every part is thoroughly utilized, cultivated as a food and fibre crop only in Ethiopia, particularly in the southern and south western parts of the country.

The Journal of Agricultural Science.

Bradbury, J. Howard & Holloway, Warren . 1988. More about this item. Handle: RePEc:ags:aciarm:118050.

Published June 1988 by State Mutual Book & Periodical Service, Lt. .Root crops, Technology, Gardening, Horticulture, Vegetables, Agriculture & Farming, Pacific Ocean, Agriculture & Animal Husbandry - General, Agriculture - General. There's no description for this book yet.