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Variations in the phenolic components of sorghum crop residues related to varietal and environmental differences

  • I. Mueller-Harvey (a1), M. S. Dhanoa (a1), A. B. McAllan (a1) and J. D. Reed (a2)
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Khazaal, K., Mueller-Harvey, I., McAllan, A. B., Osafo, E., Owen, E. and Said, A. N. 1993. Effect of harvesting at different stages of growth and long-term storage on phenolics in sorghum stover. In Animal production in developing countries (ed. Gill, M., Owen, E., Pollott, G. E. and Lawrence, T. L. J.) Occasional publication, British Society of Animal Production no. 16. pp. 210211.
Mueller-Harvey, I. and Dhanoa, M. S. 1991. Varietal differences amongst sorghum crop residues in relation to their phenolic HPLC-fingerprints and responses to different environments. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 57: 199216.
Reed, J. D., Tedla, A. and Kebede, Y. 1987. Phenolics, fibre and fibre digestibility in the crop residue from bird resistant and non-bird resistant sorghum varieties. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 39: 113121.

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