Canavalia ensiformis


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Canavalia ensiformis

a member of the plant family Fabaceae; seeds of this plant are used as stock feed but are toxic if fed in amounts in excess of 4% of the animal's body weight. Signs include diarrhea, stiffness and inability to eat or drink. Called also jack bean.
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Among the experimental diets T2-T6, the diet T5 containing autoclaved SB seeds as a protein source significantly improved the BWG of rats (58%), which appears to be higher when compared to the BWG values reported for pressure-cooked seeds of Canavalia ensiformis (28%) and C.
The PER value of the experimental T5 was found to be higher when compared to Canavalia ensiformis (1.
Hepes, Concanavalin A from Canavalia ensiformis (Con A), lipopolysaccharide from E.