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Specific Gravity Evaluation of Corm Quality in Taro

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Title: Specific Gravity Evaluation of Corm Quality in Taro
Authors: Bowers, F.A.I.
Plucknett, D.L.
Younge, O.R.
Keywords: taro
Colocasia esculenta
specific gravity
food quality
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Issue Date: Jun 1964
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Bowers FAI, Plucknett DL, Younge OR. 1964. Specific gravity evaluation of corm quality in taro. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 19 p. (Circular; 61).
Series/Report no.: Circular 61
Abstract: Taro varieties commonly planted in Hawaii are selected on the basis of their adaptability to different uses as human food. Heretofore, Hawaiian varieties have been evaluated chiefly for making poi. Assessing taro varieties on the basis of their adaptability for the production of certain dried taro products, especially flour, is also necessary if the taro industry is to expand into the production of taro flour for use in breads, baby foods, dietary foods, and similar products.
Pages/Duration: 19 pages
Appears in Collections:Circular 2, 1931 - 1968 (CTAHR)

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