Young Leaves

Some articles on young, leave, leaves, young leaves:

Francois' Langur - Behavior
... within the group take no part in the raising of the young, the young males will leave the group before reaching sexual maturity ... Young langurs are nursed for up to two years before being weaned, and once weaned the relationship amongst the relatives becomes that of any other member of a given group ... Over 50% of Fran├žois' langur's diet is made up of leaves ...
Mantled Howler - Behavior - Diet
... Leaves make up between almost 50% and 75% of the mantled howler's diet ... howler is selective about the trees it eats from, and it prefers young leaves to mature leaves ... to reduce the levels of toxins ingested, since certain leaves of various species contain toxins ...
Toona Sinensis - Cultivation and Uses
... The young leaves of T ... Plants with red young leaves are considered of better flavour than those where the young leaves are green ...
... tricoccum) hana-ikada (Helwingia japonica(ja)), young leaves ... (Kalopanax pictus)- Kalopanax species, young leaves tarter than tara ... struthiopteris) koshiabura(ja)(Eleutherococcus sciadophylloides) - young leaves ...

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