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These include edible roots, fruit and vegetable fibers, the ubiquitous palm tree, and the remains of shellfish.
You know you're a parent of a preschooler if the mere mention of the edible root sets you off into song.
The scientists identified a group of natural substances with an anti-diabetic effect, the amorfrutins, in the plant's edible root.
Last spring I also started skirret (Sium sisarum), a perennial with an edible root whose flavor resembles parsnip.
If you plan to grow edible root crops, skip the manure, as it tends to make the roots fork.
5 edible roots and tubers with a high content of starch and inulin (including potato early and late) 03212100-1
In the spring, whole families - parents, grandparents, and children - set out from their overwintering base in the great Malheur Marsh, the region's most dependable and abundant source of edible roots and seeds, fish, marsh animals and great flocks of migratory ducks, geese and other birds.
Makers of the curved, pear-shaped implement probably used it to dig up edible roots around 170,000 years ago, Guangbiao Wei of China Three Gorges Museum in Chongqing and his colleagues report online January 8 in Quaternary International.
I helped Sacajawea dig edible roots to feed the travelers through the cold winter months.
It was in the fields that I learned how to knock birds out of the sky with a slingshot, to gather wild honey and fruits and edible roots, to drink warm, sweet milk straight from the udder of a cow, to swim in the clear, cold streams, and to catch fish with twine and sharpened bits of wire.
What's more, the flood plain generated vast numbers of water plants with nutritional edible roots.
Prof Masood Sadiq Butt, the principal investigator said that this facility will be used to undertake research on the commercial use of fruits, vegetables and edible roots.
They are resistant, durable and ubiquitous, usually show the best agricultural yields among edible roots and tubers, and grow relatively quickly.
Part of the Brassica family (also known as the mustard or cabbage family), radishes (Raphanus sativus) are edible roots that come in an astonishing variety of colors, shapes and sizes.