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The nutritional value of some Uganda mushrooms

, : The nutritional value of some Uganda mushrooms. Acta Horticulturae (33): 171-176

Organic analyses of Ugandan wild edible fungi (mostly Termitomyces spp.) show their crude protein, carbohydrate and fat composition to compare with or exceed that of many grain legumes.

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