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Use of Tropical Vegetables to Improve Diets in the Pacific Region
|Title:||Use of Tropical Vegetables to Improve Diets in the Pacific Region|
|Authors:||Evensen, Stacy K.|
Standal, Bluebell R.
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|Issue Date:||Jun 1984|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii|
|Citation:||Evensen SK, Standal BR. 1984. Use of tropical vegetables to improve diets in the Pacific Region. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 35 p. (Research Series; RS-028).|
|Series/Report no.:||Research Series|
|Abstract:||Eleven indigenous tropical vegetables studied included amaranth, pigeon pea, winged bean, Ceylon spinach, taro, edible hibiscus, breadfruit, swamp cabbage, sweetpotato, cassava, and Moringa. The findings suggested that these could supply more of the five essential nutrients than were available from the commonly eaten temperate-zone vegetables tested.|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Series, 1981 - 1986|
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