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  1. Abstract,Journal of Agricultural Science, 2019 The productivity of citrus plants has not reached its maximum potential due to the action of several factors that directly affect agricultural profitability. Among these factors, weed interference has a great importance since it causes a reduction in...  
  2. Outside of the United States both young pods and green seeds are eaten as a vegetable. Seeds are also used as a coffee substitute. The mature bean contains potentially harmful saponins, cyanogenic glycosides, terpenoids, alkaloids, and tannic acid (Udedibie and Carlini, 1998) and must be cooked...  
  3. Abstract,International Journal of Agricultural Research, 2007 Two experiments were conducted to evaluate the potential use of jackbean (Canavalia ensiformis) forage as a feed supplement for West African dwarf goats in the derived savannah zone of Nigeria. In experiment 1, the forage production...  
  4. Abstract,Journal of Food Processing & Technology, 2018 Legumeshave been recognized to be the second most valuable plant source for human, animal nutrition and the third largest family among flowering plants, consisting of approximately 650 genera and 20000 species [1,2]. Kalidass and Mohan...  
  5. Abstract,World's Poultry ScienceJournal, 2007 A review is given on the effects of the inclusion of Jack beans (Canavalia ensifomisL. DC) in poultry diets. Their use is restricted by the presence of a number of antinutritional factors which affect performance when consumed by poultry. The...  
  6. Abstract, Food Research, 2018 Tempeh is an Indonesian staple food produced through a solid-state fungal fermentation of legumes, resulting to a mycelia-knitted compact cake of beans (Gibbs et al., 2004). The key microorganism leading the process of tempeh production is a fungus from the Rhizopus...  
  7. Abstract,International Journal of Botany Studies, 2016 September Canavalia ensiformis is a legume, mainly used for nutrition, especially in NorthEast India, South East Asian countries and South American countries. It is also a rich source of Concanavalin A and can also be used as an animal...  
  8. Compared to other leguminous cover crops, jack beans are the best option when it comes to protein content and replenishing nitrogen in the soil. Jack beans are also easy to store and extremely drought and pest resistant. Jack beans survive when other bean crops suffer with lack of rain or to...  
  9. Abstract,African Journal of Food Science, 2016 July Population increase is forcing mankind to look for alternative food sources from underutilized plants. Jack bean has been earmarked as one of these food sources. The only barrier for its utilization is the presence of inherent toxic compounds...  
  10. Abstract, Nigerian Food Journal, 2013 This study evaluated the effects of substitutingwheat flourwith defatted Jackbean flourand Jack bean protein concentrate on bread quality. Jack bean flour milled from the seed nibs was defatted with n-hexane and part of the defatted flour (DJF) extracted in...