Manioc is the common name of cassava.
The Latin name, or Scientific name for cassava is Manihot esculenta.
The cassava plant has a trefoil leaf where the three leaflets share a common stem.
Cassava products are the products produced from cassava, a kind of tuber, which is a staple in some African countries. Most Asian countries also use these products. The common products from cassava are cassava paste (steamed or unsteamed), cassava chips and flour, cassava granules (steamed or toasted), and the fresh roots of cassava. Other products produced from cassava are casava breads,alcohol,starch,pudding etc.
Cassava, also called manioc or yuca, is the plant Manihot esculenta.
A tropical woody plant grown for its starchy root, Manihot esculenta is know by the common names cassava, mandioc, mandioca, manihot, tapioca and yuca. It is in the same plant family as poinsettia, croton and crown-of-thorns and is a very important agricultural crop, providing carbohydrates to a significant portion of the worlds population.
cassava is cool
The accepted scientific name is Erinnyis alope.
The Caribs made cassava beer by chewing the cassava in their mouth and then spits it out to get it rich.
Cassava is native to South America.
Cassava Porridge ---- Cassava is a root vegetable.
AnswerCassava can be used to make food. There is a Nigerian dish called Gari, it is a grain made out of Cassava. Cassava can also be used to make starch or glue.
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the uses of cassava and its usefulness.
Cassava is stressed on the second syllable.
yes cassava is a tap root
Truman P. Phillips has written: 'Cassava utilization and potential markets' -- subject(s): Cassava as feed, Cassava as food, Cassava industry