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2. Jagan Mohan Rao S. Azeemoddin G. Recovery of lecithin and refining of subabul (Leucaena leucocephala) seed oil. J Oil Technol Assoc India 1988;20:12. 16-7.

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4. Azeemoddin G. Jagan Mohan Rao S. Thirumala Rao SD. Amino acid composition of subabul (Leucaena leucocephala) seed kernel proteins. J Food Sci Technol 1988;25:158.

5. Krishnan S. Lalitha K. Interactive metabolic regulations during biomethanation of Leucaena leucocephala. Appl Biochem Biotechnol 1990;26:7384.

6. Torane JV, Lokhande CD, Pawar SH. Some studies on anaerobic decomposition of Leucaena leucocephala leaves. Energy Sources 1990;12:25-32.

7. Rushkin FR, ed. Leucaena: promising forage and tree crops for the tropics. 2nd ed. National Research Council. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1984.

8. Ranjhan SK. Feeds and fodders-cultivation of green forage and their nutritive characteristics. In: Ranjan SK, ed. Animal nutrition and feeding practices in India. New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House Pvt Ltd. 1977:10532.

9. Catchpoole DW, Blair Gal. Forage tree legumes. III. Release of nitrogen from leaf, feces and urine derived from Leucaena and Gliricidia leaf Aust J Agric Res 1990;41:539-47.

10. Sandhu J. Sinha M, Ambasht RS. Nitrogen release from decomposing litter of Leucaena leucocephala in the dry tropics. Soil Biol Biochem 1990;22:859-63.

11. Tamai M, Domingo AL, Nagatomo Y. Takaki H. Nitrogen release from some green manure crops of the Philippines under aerobic and anaerobic conditions. Kenkyu Hokoku-Miyazaki Daigaku Nogakubu 1990; 36:289-301.

12. Buckeridge MS, Dietrich SMC, Maluf AM. Galactomannan in seeds of different populations of Leucaena leucocephala. Rev Brasil Bot 1987;10:25-7.

13. Raval DK, Patel RG, Patel VS. Synthesis and characterization of Leucaena glauca gum esters. Starch/ Staerke 1988;40:285-7.

14.Brewbaker JL. Systematics, self incompatibility, breeding systems and genetic improvements of Leucaena species. In: Chouinard A, ed. Leucaena research in the Asian-Pacific region-Proceedings of a workshop held in Singapore, Nov 1982. Ottawa: IDRC, 1983:17-22.

15. Vargas C, Martinez LJ, Megias M, Quinto C. Identification and cloning of nodulation genes and host specificity determinants of the broad host-range Rhizobium Leguminosarum biovar phaseoli strain CIAT 899. Mol Microbiol 1990;4:1899-910.

16. Sanginga N, Mulongoy K, Ayanaba A. Nodulation and growth of Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit as affected by inoculation and nitrogen fertilizer. Plant Soil 1988;112:129-35.

17. Shukla AN, Sharma PC, Sheel SK. Effects of fungicidal seed dressing and other treatments on the germination and growth of subabul (Leucaena leucocephala) (Lam ) de Wit. Indian J Forest 1990;13:97-104.

18. Saikia CN, Baruah JN, Dass NN. Homogeneous esterification of high alpha-cellulose extracted from Leucaena leucocephala and Hibiscus cannabinus. Indian J Fibre Text Res 1991;16:213-7.

19. Jones RJ, Le Feuvre RP, Playne MJ. Loss of dry matter, nitrogen, minerals and fiber fractions from nylon bags containing Leucaena leucocephala and two Calliandra species in the rumen. Anim Feed Sci Technol 1992;37:297-307.

20. Naidu R. Syers JK. Influence of sugarcane millmud, lime, and phosphorus, on soil chemical properties and the growth of Leucaena leucocephala in an oxisol from Fiji. Bioresour Technol 1992;41:65-70.

21. Negi JS, Prabhakar DB, Wazir SS, Chawla JS. Utilization of coppiced Leucaena stems for composite boards. Res Ind 1992;37:95-9.

22. D'Mello JPF, Thomas D. Animal feed. In: Rushkin FR, ed. Leucaena: promising forage and tree crops for the tropics. Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences, 1977:30-2.

23. Ter Meulen U. Struck S. Schulke E, El-Harith EA. A review on the nutritive value and toxic aspects of Leucaena leucocephala. Trop Anim Prod 1979;4:113-26.

24. Kale AU. Nutritive value of Leucaena leucocephala (subabul). Doctoral thesis, University of Bombay, 1987.

25. Kewalramani N. Ramchandra KS, Upadhyay US, Gupta VK. Proximate composition, mimosine and mineral contents of Leucaena sp. and hybrids. Indian J Anim Sci 1987;57:1117-20.

26. Excobar A, Alfonso HA, Ramirez R. Conyedo R. Mimosine contents in three Leucaena cultivars. Rev Salud Anim 1988:10:116-20.

27. Yadav PS, Yadav IS. Proximate composition, tannin and mimosine content in different parts of cultivars of subabul. Indian J Anim Sci 1988;58:953-8.

28. Hongo F. Kawashima Y. Tawata S. Sunagawa K, Moromizato S. Studies on chemical composition and mimosine content of Leucaena leucocephala de Wit. Ryukyu Daigaku Nogakubu Gokujutsu Hokoku 1987; 34:5 1 -7.

29. Akbar MA, Gupta PC. Proximate composition and tannin and mineral contents of various plant parts of subabul (Leucaena leucocephala). Indian J Anim Sci 1985;55:808-12.

30. Akbar MA, Gupta PC. Mimosine in subabul Leucaena leucocephala). Indian J Dairy Sci 1984;37:287-9.

31. Jones RJ, Megarrity RG. Comparative toxicity responses of goats fed on Leucaena leucocephala in Australia and Hawaii. Aust J Agric Res 1983;34:781-90.

32. D'Mello JPF, Fraser KW. The composition of leaf meal from Leucaena leucocephala. Trop Sci 1981;23: 75 -8.

33. Deshmukh AP, Doiphode DS, Desale JS, Deshmukh VD. Chemical composition of subabul as influenced by types and growth stages. J Maharashtra Agric Univ 1987;12:25-7.

34. Tangendjaja B. Lowry JB, Willis RBH. Changes in mimosine, phenol, protein and fibre content of Leucaena leucocephala leaf during growth and development. Aust J Exp Agric 1986;26:315-7.

35. Silva DH, Haag HP. Mineral nutrition of tropical legumes III. Concentration and accumulation of macronutrients and determination of dry matter digestibility in vivo of Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit cv. Peru as a function of age. Escola Superior de Agricultural "Lutz de Queiroz" Boletin, Univ Sao Paulo, 1982;39:505-38.

36. Castillo LS, Gerpacio AL, Javier TR, Gloria LA, Gerpacio CP. Quantitative changes in nutrient composition of ipil-ipil leaf meal during storage. Philipp Agric 1962-63;46:681 -700.

37. Chakraborti N. Madal L, Banerjee GC. Chemical composition of some common tree leaves. Indian Vet J 1988;65:145-9.

38. Alli I, Fairbairn R. Naroozi E, Baker BE. The effects of molasses on the fermentation of chopped wholeplant Leucaena. J Sci Food Agric 1984;35:285-9.

39. James CS. Studies on goat nutrition. I. Suitability of Leucaena leucocephala as a fodder for stall fed goats. Kerala J Vet Sci 1978;9:192-8.

40. James CS, Thomas CT, Kunjikutty N. A note on the chemical composition and tannic acid content of the locally available tree leaves. Kerala J Vet Sci 1977;8: 247-9.

41. Chou S-T, Ross E. Comparative vitamin K activity of dehydrated alfalfa and Leucaena leucocephala meal. Poultry Sci 1964;44:9724.

42. Compere R. Toxicologic study of Leucaena glauca in cattle. Bull Agric Congo Belge 1959;50:1311-20.

43. DuBois JD, Winter HC, Dekker EE. Free amino acid pools, 15N nitrogen fixation and fixed nitrogen assimilation in Leucaena leucocephala var. K-8. Am J Bot 199();77:316-22.

44. Girdhar N. Lall D, Pathak NN. Effect of feeding Leucaena leucocephala as the sole ration on nutrient utilization and body weight in goats. J Agric Sci 1991;116: 303-7.

45. Hongo F, Tanaka A, Kawashima Y, Tawata S, Sunagawa K. The effects of various kinds of mimosine reduced Leucaena meal on rats. Jpn J Zootech Sci 1988;59:688-700.

46. Lowry JB, Cook N, Wilson RD. Flavonol glycoside distribution in cultivars and hybrids of Leucaena leucocephala. J Sci Food Agric 1984;35:401-7.

47. Morito N, Arisawa M, Nagaes M, Hsu H-Y, Chen YP. The nutritive value of dried Leucaena leaf meal from Malawi: studies with young chicks. Shoyakugaku Zasshi 1977;31:172-4.

48. Siegel SM, Puerner NJ, Speitel TW. Release of volatile mercury from vascular plants. Physiol Plant 1974; 32:174-6.

49. Benson AM. Amino acid sequence of Leucaena glauca ferredoxin. Diss Abstr Inst B 1969;30:1483-4.

50. Benson AM, Yasunobu KT. The amino acid sequence of ferredoxins from Leucaena glauca. J Biol Chem 1969;244:955-63.

51. Aglibut FB, Cartillo LS. Estrogen content of legumes in the Philippines. Philipp Agric 1963;46:673-80.

52. Morimoto JY, Unrau ICJ, Unrau AM. Chemical and physical properties and the enzymatic degradation of some tropical plant gums. J Agric Food Chem 1962; 10:134-7.

53. Hilal SH, Saber AH, Haggag MY, El-Zalabani SM. Ahmed FIF. Protein, common amino acids and mimosine contents of Leucaena glauca Benth cultivated in Egypt. Egypt J Pharm Sci 1991;32:91101.

54. Farinu GO, Ajiboye SO, Ajao S. Chemical composition and nutritive value of leaf protein concentrate from Leucaena leucocephala. J Sci Food Agric 1992;59: 127 -9.

55. D'Mello JPF, Taplin DE. Leucaena leucocephala in poultry diets for the tropics. World Rev Anim Prod 1978;24:41 -7.

56. Soni PL, Sharma H. Sharma S. Structure elucidation of the oligosaccharides isolated from Leucaena leucocephala (subabul) gum polysaccharides. Indian J Chem, Sect B 1991;30B:843-8.

57. Sutikno AI, Darma J. Prasetyo H. Ternak BP. Mimosine content in the sap of Leucaena species resistant and susceptible to Heteropsylla cubana Crawford. Toxicol Environ Chem 1991;33:79-83.

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59. Adeneye JA. Mimosine content in various fractions of Leucaena leucocephala grown in western Nigeria.Anim Feed Sci Technol 1991;33:349-53.

60. Kasthuri R. Sadasivam S. Note on the effect of cutting on the level of mimosine in Leucaena. Indian Forest 1991 ;117:577-9.

61. Sethi P. Nutritional and biochemical aspects of Leucaena leucocephala. Doctoral thesis, Department of Chemical Technology, University of Bombay, 1989.

62. Hossain MA, Alam M, Huq MS. Studies on the composition of ipil-ipil (Leucaena leucocephala) seed oil. Dhaka Univ Stud, Part B 1988;36:163-9.

63. Chowdbury AR, Banerji R. Misra G. Nigam SK. Studies on leguminous seeds. J Am Oil Chem Soc 1984; 61 :1023-4.

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65. Jones Q. Earle FR. Chemical analysis of seeds. II. Oil and protein content of 759 species. Econ Bot 1966;20:127-55.

66. Kafuku K, Hata C. Seed oils of Formosan plants. IX. Constituents of various seed oils of Leguminosae. J Chem Soc Jpn 1934;55:369-75.

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68. Padilla SP, Soliven FA. Chemical analysis for possible sources of forty-five species of oil-bearing seeds. Philipp Agric 1933;22:408-15.

69. Padmavathy P. Shobha S. Effect of processing on protein quality and mimosine content of subabul (Leucaena leucocephala). J Food Sci Technol 1987;24:180-2.

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71. Perez-Gil RF, Arellano ML, Bourges RH, Pinal OAM. Traditional and non-traditional food. II. Chemical composition of Leucaena esculenta and its utilization as human food. Technol Aliment (Mexico City) 1987;22(1):20, 22, 24, 26.

72. Sotelo A, Lucas B. Uvalle A, Giral F. Chemical composition and toxic factors content of sixteen leguminous seeds. Q J Crude Drug Res 1980;18:9-16.

73. Kulkarni AS, Khotpal RR, Lokhande AR, Bhakare HA. Glycolipid composition of subabul, ritha and kusum seed oils of Vidarbha region. J Food Sci Technol 1992;29:179-81.

74. Mitsuhashi T. Ohtsubo M, Endo S. Seed oils from two species of Leguminosae. Tokyo Gakugei Daigaku Kiyo, Dai-4-Bu 1972;24:125-9.

75. Khalid S. Shahid G. Afza N. Hussain SS, Badar Y. Sattar A, Khan SA. The fatty acids of indigenous resources for possible industrial applications. Part XVIII. The fatty acid composition of the fixed oils of Leucaena leucocephala and Cassia holosericea.. Pak J Sci Ind Res 1989;32:643-5.

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77. Ahmed M, Chaudhary FM, Ahmad M. Studies on the fixed oil of the seeds of Leucaena leucocephala. Part 1. Pak J Sci Ind Res 1988;31:428-9.

78. Majumder SHMH, Chowdbury MH. Studies on the physicochemical properties of Leucaena leucocephala (ipil-ipil) seed oil and analysis of its seed cake. Chittagong Univ Stud, Part 2, 1987;11:93-9.

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80. Guerere M, Mondon JM, Pajaniaye A. Physicochemical composition of seeds from several plants from the Isle of Reunion. Ann Falsif Expert Chil Toxicol 1984; 77:523-9.

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