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Cyanogenic Glycosides (in cassava and bamboo) - A Health Risk Assessment

Cyanogenic Glycosides (in cassava and bamboo) - A Health Risk Assessment

  1. salviablue
    A study and health risk assessment of cyanogenic glycosides as present in cassava and bamboo.
    Food Standards Australia and New Zealand - July, 2004.

    (Recommended reading for all where the topic of interest covers ethnobotanical/other plants which produce cyanogenic glycoside/HCN.)
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