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Nutritive Values of Seven Genotypes of Lablab Purpureus as Fodder

Nutritive Values of Seven Genotypes of Lablab Purpureus as Fodder

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Title: Nutritive Values of Seven Genotypes of Lablab Purpureus as Fodder
Author: Abd Elrahim, Marwa Basher
Abstract: Leguminous plant is found throughout the world, but the greatest variety grows in the tropics and subtropics. Legume seeds or pulses were among the first food and their domestication and cultivation in many areas occurred at the same time as that of the major cereals, nutritionally they are 2-3 Times richer in protein than cereal grain. Grain legumes are major sources of dietary proteins and calories in food and feed products throughout the world. They are especially important foods in those regions where animal protein are scarce or where poverty and religious preclude the consumption of meat .Summerfield and Roberts (1985).
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/24338
Date: 2015


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