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Cocoyam is a common name for several tropical root vegetables and may refer to : ... new cocoyam. Cocoyams are ... Views. Read · Edit · View history ...

A note on the history of cocoyams Roger Blench Two recent ...

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A note on the history of cocoyams. Roger Blench. Two recent publications provide some useful clues as to the cultivation and spread of cocoyams. These.

The cocoyam is a well known food plant, which has a long history of ...

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Aug 5, 2007 ... The cocoyam is a well known food plant, which has a long history of ... Right: Cocoyam leaf stalks sold as a vegetable at Tekka Market in Little ...

COCOYAMS (XANTHOSOMA CARACU, X. ATROVIRENS AND X ...

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enjoyed universal publicity through historical and ... roun; and COCOYAM in Ghana and Nigeria (23, ... euphonious and appetizing term, COCOYAM, as a.

Nigerian Food Cocoyam | All Nigerian Food Recipes

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Cocoyam is a tropical starchy tuberous root crop. There are many varieties of cocoyam but the most common are the soft variety used mainly as soup thickeners ...

COCOYAM | AGRO-HUB

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Cocoyam(Taro) is a common name for the corms and tubers of several plants in the family Araceae. It is a perennial, tropical plant primarily grown as a root.

cocoyam – Dictionary definition of cocoyam | Encyclopedia.com ...

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Definition of cocoyam – Our online dictionary has cocoyam information from A Dictionary of Food and Nutrition dictionary. Encyclopedia.com: English ...

Roots, tubers, plantains and bananas in human nutrition ...

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Historical records of D. alata in West Africa and of African yams in the Americas ... in Southeast Asia, and with other root crops like cocoyam and yam in Oceania.

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In some parts of Africa the diet is supplemented with the tender leaves of sweet potato, cassava and cocoyam which are rich sources of protein, minerals and ...

Florida Invasive Plants - Plant Details - FLIP

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History. Wild taro was introduced to Florida in 1910 by th U.S. Department of Agriculture to replace potatoes (Langeland and Burks, 1998).

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PlantVillage | Cocoyam: Diseases and Pests, Description, Uses ...

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Cocoyams are herbaceous perennial plants belonging to the family Araceae and are grown primarily for their edible roots, although all parts of the plant are ...

Morphological Characterization and Agronomic Evaluation of ...

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INTRODUCTION. Cocoyam (Xanthosoma sagittifolium) is a food crop from Tropical America introduced in Tropical Africa around 1840 (Alamu and McDavid,  ...

Cocoyam | Definition of Cocoyam by Merriam-Webster

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Define cocoyam: taro. ... What made you want to look up cocoyam? Please tell us where you read or heard it ... The Wriggly History of 'Earworm' · I just can't get ...