Subject: General roots and tuber crops

122. Tropical root crops and social change in the less developed countries
S. Chandra

130. Consequences of transition by smallholder households from subsistence to cash cropping in the South Pacific
E.M. Fleming, J.B.Hardaker and L.H. Patten

130. Root crops in the nutritional future of the pacific islands
R.R. Thaman

147. Urban rootcropping in the Pacific island: a strategy for real development in rapidly urbanizing small-island states
R.R. Thaman

147. Root and tuber crops in the context of food and nutritional policy of Sri Lanka
S.D.G. Jayawardena, W.M.S.M Bandara and K.P.U. De Silva

155. Alley cropping of coconut-multipurpose tree plantations with tuber crops
R. Bindu, P.K. Ashokan and M.A. Nair

159. Chemical composition of tropical root crops and its implications for nutrition
J.H. Bradbury

171. Cyanide in cassava and acridity in edible aroids

178. Strategies for selecting conventional and new flavour types of tropical root and tuber crops to increase consumer acceptance and use

188. Retrogradation in some tropical root starches and its influence on vital gluten starch composite bread quality
E.L. Keya and D. Hadziyev

197. Traditional and some improved storage methods for root and tuber crops in Nigeria
A.O.. Nwankiti, D.O. Aneke and L.S.O. Ene

197. Status of post harvest physiology research of root crops and tubers in the Sudan
S.K. Musa and S.M. Saleh

198. Teacher manual and student notebook for teaching root crops production in the Pacific
J.E. Wilson