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Appendix B. Selected Readings[edit]

A 68-page collection of 293 annotated references to worldwide scientific literature on winged bean is available from the International Grain Legume Information Centre (c/o International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, P.M.B. 5320, Ibadan, Nigeria). Entitled The winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus) and other Psophocarpus species: abstracts of world literature 1900-1977, it includes published and unpublished papers on all aspects of the crop. The entries are classified by subject; items within each category are arranged alphabetically by author. An author and a detailed subject index are provided. A collection of papers presented at the first international conference onthe winged bean (Manila, Philippines, January 1978) has recently been published: The Winged Bean: Papers Presented in the 1st international Symposium on Developing the Potential of the Winged Bean, Manila, Philippines, January 1978. It is available from the Philippine Council for Agriculture and Resources Research, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines.

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Cerny, K. 1980. Comparative nutritional and clinical aspects of the winged bean. In: The Winged Bean. Papers presented in the First international Symposium on Developing the Potentials of the Winged Bean, January 1978, Manila. Sponsored by the Philippine Council for Agriculture and Resources Research, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines.

Cerny, K., and Addy, H. A. 1973. The winged bean (Psophocarpus palustris Desv.) in the treatment of kwashiorkor. British Journal of Nutrition 29:105-107.

Cerny, K., Kordylas, M., Pospisil, F., Svabensky, O, and Zajic, B. 1971. Nutritive value of the winged bean (Psophocarpus palustris Desv.). British Journal of Nutrition 26: 293-299. "Although entitled P. Palustris, the authors have pointed out in a later paper that the species tested was in fact P. tetragonolobus.]

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de Lumen, B. O., and Salamat, L. A. 1980. Trypsin inhibitor activity in winged bean (Pso phocarpus tetragonolobus) and the possible role of tannin. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry 28:533-536.

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Drinkall, M. J. 1978. False rust disease of the winged bean. Pest Abstracts and News Summaries 24:160-166.

Drinkall, M., and Price, T. V. 1979. Studies of Synchytrium psophocarpi on winged bean in Papua New Guinea. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 72:1,91-98.

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