By Georgios A Petropoulos
Fenugreek provides an in-depth overview at the Genus Trigonella and especially the species T. foenum-graecum L. (fenugreek). it's written by way of specialists and comprises chapters describing the genus' botany, body structure, cultivation, breeding, meals, pest-disease and weed keep watch over. The chemical parts of the species of Trigonella, their pharmacological houses and the promoting of fenugreek seed also are mentioned as are its medicinal functions. an in depth presentation of the usefulness of fenugreek seed as meals (whole, flour, roasted), spice (in curry powder), fragrance, dye and resource of galactomannan and steroidal diosgenin, familiar in undefined, can be incorporated. The publication should be of curiosity to all these fascinated by the research, cultivation and use of medicinal and fragrant crops and especially of fenugreek.
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