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1. Professor Lee Sweetlove | Department of Plant Sciences

tubers support rapid elongation of stem tissue in the absence of oxygen Plant and Cell Physiology. ... 1996) Characterization of transgenic potato (Solanum tuberosum) tubers with increased ADPglucose pyrophosphorylase Biochemical Journal.

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2. Oxford University Plants 400: Dioscorea species - BRAHMS Online

The tubers of some species can be up to 1.5 metres in length and care needs to be taken when harvesting them since damage reduces storage life. ... Dioscorea bulbifera, also known as the 'air potato', has the tubers (bulbils) at the base of the leaves as

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3. Safe and suitable return for women fleeing conflict in Liberia | Forced Migration Review

Previously, farmers grew cassava in individual plots and sold the tubers in raw form as soon as it was harvested, earning only marginal profits. ... This particular project involves the farmers’ organisation in the adoption of improved methods of

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4. Aromatic necklet (1884.75.26) from the Southern Sudan Project

193] - PETHERICK, Consul [.] [insert] 1884.75.26,. 27 [end insert] 2 necklets of cyperus tubers C[entral] Africa. ... Pitt Rivers Museum display label [caption] - 9. CENTRAL AFRICA. Necklet of tubers of cyperus.

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5. The illegal orchid trade and its implications… | Oxford Martin School

For example, the stems and tubers of several species are used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, in products to improve general health condition as well as in medicines for specific problems. ... One example is the trade in chikanda, a cake made from the

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6. https://www.english.ox.ac.uk/files/cristovelatopdf

2. the veins stand out like tubers through the sheet:. a livid subway map, a river’s forks;.

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7. Family Access to Animal Source Foods in Peru | www.younglives.org.uk

77.7% of food was purchased. Home production consisted mainly of grains, tubers, and pulses, all red meat, poultry and fish was purchased.

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8. Food aid logistics and the southern Africa emergency | Forced Migration Review

In Malawi, for instance, there was a wrong assumption that the household consumption of locally produced roots and tubers would compensate for cereal deficits.

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9. 1906.20.81 - Pitt Rivers Museum

It is made from a fish’s mouth and used for grating cassava, or manioc, an edible tuber that is poisonous if not correctly prepared.

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10. Sustainable pedagogies, at home and away | Oxford Department of International Development

flour, here participating in the purification of manioc tubers.

www.qeh.ox.ac.uk/blog/sustainable-pedagogies-home-and-away- 139k - 19 Aug 2019 - Cached

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