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Synonyms for cassava

a starch made by leaching and drying the root of the cassava plant

cassava root eaten as a staple food after drying and leaching

any of several plants of the genus Manihot having fleshy roots yielding a nutritious starch

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1-2 Planting area distribution of cassava root in China, 2012
2% when using fish meal as a protein source in addition to cassava root meal and rice bran in the diet of F1 (Large White x Mong cai) pigs.
In the shadows of the cohune palms and the guanacaste trees, they dig up 40 to 50 pounds of cassava roots and pile them in baskets, which theyc arry on their heads back to the village, arriving just in time to avoid the sizzling heat of the mid-day tropics.
Cassava root is also increasingly popping up in crisp form.
Ileal digestibility of amino acids in growing pigs given cassava root meal diets with inclusion of cassava leaves, leucaena leaves and groundnut foliage.
42] reported higher levels of peak viscosity in cassava grits (tapioca) made from CMD cassava varieties obtained from South Western Nigeria, and starch from cassava roots, respectively.
At night, she slept in a hammock that she would hang up in the local school or health post, eating a diet of cassava root, beans and local grains.
The low crude protein value obtained here was in line with the fact that cassava root is a poor source of protein [16], as well as lipids.
Effects of Supplementing Gamba Grass (Andropogon gayanus) with Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) Hay and Cassava Root Chips on Feed Intake, Digestibility and Growth in Goats.
Cassava root contains high level of energy which has been used as energy sources in ruminant diets (Chanjula et al.
Enriching nutritive value of cassava root by yeast fermentation.
With over 200 million MT of world cassava root production, cassava starch contributes less than 8 % of the world starch production compared to starches derived from most other plants.
Tapioca, a starch made from cassava root, is usually associated with school puds.
You'll also find some chicharron pieces with steamed or fried cassava root ($5.