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The carotene content of Palestinian fodder plants, vegetables and wild plants was determined. The examined fodder plants were: Egyptian clover, Fahli clover, lucerne, horse beans, field peas, vetch, oats, barley, cow peas, maize, pencillaria, Sudan grass and leaves of beetroots. The examined vegetables were: leaves of radish, mangold, sweet potato, spinach, cauliflower, parsley, lettuce, kohlrabi, onion and cabbage. The wild plants examined were: nettle, mallow and portulaca.

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Carotene in Palestinian crops
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Carotene in Palestinian crops

The carotene content of Palestinian fodder plants, vegetables and wild plants was determined. The examined fodder plants were: Egyptian clover, Fahli clover, lucerne, horse beans, field peas, vetch, oats, barley, cow peas, maize, pencillaria, Sudan grass and leaves of beetroots. The examined vegetables were: leaves of radish, mangold, sweet potato, spinach, cauliflower, parsley, lettuce, kohlrabi, onion and cabbage. The wild plants examined were: nettle, mallow and portulaca.

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