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|Title: ||African locust bean (Parkia Biglobosa) - a feed resource. 1 Fruit fractions, proximate components, lipid and fatty acids profile of the fruit pulp|
|Authors: ||Tengan, D. K.|
Okai, D. B.
|Issue Date: ||31-Jul-2011|
|Publisher: ||Ghana Society of Animal Production (GSAP)|
|Citation: ||Proceedings of the Seventeenth Biennial Conference of the Ghana Society of Animal Production (GSAP) from 20th-23rd July-2011|
|Abstract: ||There is competition between humans and livestock for some food/feed ingredients which contributes to the high production cost of livestock especially non-ruminant livestock. There is therefore the need to find alternative sources of feed ingredients for livestock. The African Locust Bean grows wildly in some parts of the country especially in the Northern Regions where the seeds are used extensively in the production of a popular condiment known as "Dawadawa". The pulp (ALBP) from the fruit is ..........................|
|Description: ||Proceedings of the Seventeenth Biennial Conference of the Ghana Society of Animal Production (GSAP) from 20th-23rd July-2011|
|Appears in Collections:||College of Agric and Natural Resources|
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