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Avaliacao da mandioca (Manihot esculents Crantz) e subprodutos na alimentacao de codornas (Coturnix japonica).
Over several, trips to the Nigerian village, the students also studied the role of cassava (Aktnihot esculents Crantz), a staple food crop for more than 500 million people in tropical countries around the globe.
Newspapers, magazines, and books contained articles by writers on health claiming that these esculents uncooked brought on a whole train of summer diseases and should, in particular, be forbidden to children.
Si autem esculents deus, impanatus, coctus, frixus, aut pistus nusquam est.

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