Aspect botanique, profil nutritionnel et implications du pois d’Angole (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millspaugh) dans le développement communautaire en Afrique subsaharienne

Euloge S. ADJOU

Abstract


Le pois d’Angole est une importante légumineuse à graines appartenant à la famille des Fabaceae. Il représente une culture intéressante pour l’agriculture africaine grâce sa richesse en éléments nutritifs, son adaptabilité aux conditions climatiques, sa capacité exceptionnelle de régénération des sols et ses usages très diversifiés pour l’homme et le bétail. C’est donc une culture à promouvoir dans la lutte contre la malnutrition et l’insécurité alimentaire en Afrique subsaharienne


Keywords


Cajanus cajan, légumineuse, profil nutritionnel, développement communautaire

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