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UNVEILING THE POTENTIAL UTILITY OF EGGPLANT : A

@inproceedings{Fraikue2016UNVEILINGTP,
  title={UNVEILING THE POTENTIAL UTILITY OF EGGPLANT : A},
  author={F. Fraikue},
  year={2016}
}
  • F. Fraikue
  • Published 2016
  • Eggplants are non-climacteric fruits which were seen growing wild in the forest of India. Cultivation began widely in China around the fourth century and is currently described as one of the ten world’s healthiest food. The main objective of the study was to unearth its historical profile as well as the culinary, health and useful importance to mankind. Eggplants grow into 98 different species and belong to three categories, namely; solanum melongena, solanum aethiopicum, and solanum… CONTINUE READING

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