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Studies in leaf pigments of flue-cured tobacco. II. Variation in important chemical constituents in the different varieties and stalk positions



Studies in leaf pigments of flue-cured tobacco. II. Variation in important chemical constituents in the different varieties and stalk positions



Tob Res, India 2(1): 31-37



The standard variety HR627 and the light yellow variety CTRI Spl were found to contain greater amounts of starch than the other varieties tested, and protein content was highest in VE1.

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