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Winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus (L.) DC.) for food and nutritional security: synthesis of past research and future direction
AbstractMain ConclusionWinged bean is popularly known as“One Species Supermarket”for its nutrient-dense green pods, immature seeds, tubers, leaves, and mature seeds. This underutilised crop hasExpand
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A comparison of moisture-conserving practices for the traditional sorghum-based cropping system of the Bay Region, in Somalia
Abstract Four practices for conserving and better utilising soil moisture were examined in the principal sorghum-growing region of Somalia. Even in an above-average wet season, the practice ofExpand
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Winged bean in Myanmar, revisited
The only first hand account we have in English, concerning the Burmese cultivation of winged beanPsophocarpus tetragonolobus for its edible tubers, was written over ninety years ago. A survey carriedExpand
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Review: Persistent pioneers; Borassus L. and Corypha L. in Malesia
Eagleton G.E. 2016. Review: Persistent Pioneers; Borassus L. and Corypha L. in Malesia. Biodiversitas 17: 716-732. Thisreview traces advances in taxonomic and ethnobotanic understanding of the generaExpand
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A review of options for using organic soil amendments to raise crop productivity in East Sumba, Indonesia
This review of published research focuses attention on the question of whether natural resources available in East Sumba, Nusa Tenggara Timor, Indonesia, can provide for organic soil amendmentExpand
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An estimation of dominance at the locus controlling blood potassium in sheep
Summary 1. Potassium concentrations in erythrocytes and plasma were influenced by Ka genotype and breed. 2. Dominance at the Ka locus controlling red cell potassium concentration wasExpand
Prospects for developing an early maturing variety of Winged Bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus) in Bogor, Indonesia
Eagleton GE. 2019. Prospects for developing an early maturing variety of Winged Bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus) in Bogor, Indonesia. Biodiversitas 20: 3142-3152. To investigate the possibility ofExpand