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Sweetpotato ( Ipomoea Batatas L.)

Robert O.M. Mwanga, M. I. Andrade, E. E. Carey, J. Low, G. C. Yencho, W. Grüneberg
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Sweet potato has traditionally been viewed as a “poor person’s crop” or “orphan crop,” and it has attracted limited attention compared to other staple crops. However, during the last decade, this perception has changed, and it is widely acknowledged that sweet potato has great potential to contribute to the alleviation of malnutrition and hunger in the developing world. Orange-fleshed sweet potato, in particular, with its high provitamin A content, has become a prominent example of the effectiveness of biofortified staple crops to combat vitamin A deficiency. Similarly, increasing awareness of the nutritional value of sweet potato is driving consumer demand among health-conscious consumers globally, and its potential use in a wide range of value-added human and animal products is widely recognized. As the public and private sectors learn more about the benefits and opportunities of sweet potato, they have invested more in crop improvement; thus our understanding of the importance and potential of the crop is increasing.
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