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Cassava for animal feeding: Effect of variety and plant age on production of leaves and roots
Abstract Two cassava varieties, CMC-40 (low-cyanide) and CMC-84 (high-cyanide), were grown under similar edaphoclimatic conditions and evaluated monthly at four plant ages (months 9–12) for theirExpand
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Cassava foliage : chemical composition, cyanide content and effect of drying on cyanide elimination
The chemical composition and cyanide concentration in the foliage of four cassava cultivars (M Col 113, M Col 22, M Col 1684, CM 342–170) were evaluated at four plant ages (6, 8, 10 and 12 months).Expand
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Effect of cyanogenic glycosides and protein content in cassava diets on hamster prenatal development.
Cassava is a staple food for 450-500 million people in 26 tropical countries. Groups of pregnant hamsters were fed diets consisting of cassava meal:laboratory chow (80:20) during Days 3-14 ofExpand
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Evaluation of some quality characteristics in cassava storage roots
The susceptibility to physiological deterioration and the hardness (penetration) of fresh peeled cassava roots as well as the cooking time, taste and texture of cooked roots of four (one local andExpand
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EFFECT OF VARIETY AND PLANT AGE ON THE CYANIDE CONTENT OF WHOLE-ROOT CASSAVA CHIPS AND ITS REDUCTION BY SUN-DRYING
Abstract The cyanide content of fresh whole-root chips of two cassava varieties (CMC-40, low-cyanide, and CMC-84, high-cyanide) as affected by plant age (9–12 months) was determined monthly, as wasExpand
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The amino acid composition of cassava leaves, foliage, root tissues and whole-root chips
Teneurs en proteines et en acides amines de differentes parties de la plante. On met en evidence une teneur en acides amines soufres relativement faible, et une teneur en arginine elevee
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Effects of the addition of vegetable oil or animal tallow to broiler diets containing cassava root meal.
Two experiments were carried out to evaluate the effects on broiler performance of increasing by 5% the metabolizable energy level of diets containing cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) root mealExpand
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The Estimation of Crude Protein and Dry Matter Degradability of Maize and Grass Silages by near Infrared Spectroscopy
A total of 130 silages samples (53 of maize silages and 77 of grass silages), which were ensiled with or without silage additives, with different soil contamination levels, with different weedExpand
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