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Investigations on proteins in aleurone grains of Pisum sativum and Iris pseudacorus



Investigations on proteins in aleurone grains of Pisum sativum and Iris pseudacorus



Biochemie und Physiologie der Pflanzen 167(4): 311-315



Glutamic acid, aspartic acid, and basic amino acids particularly arginine and lysine, predominated in aleurone grains of pea cotyledons. Most of these amino acids composed the soluble protein.

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