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Studies on the biological evaluation of guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba). 1. Effect of trypsin supplementation on the nutritive value of guar



Studies on the biological evaluation of guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba). 1. Effect of trypsin supplementation on the nutritive value of guar



Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics 12(7): 211-215



1. Supplementing raw guar dhal or guar dhal treated with saline water with trypsin at 1% did not prevent the growth depression in rats caused by guar dhal. The decrease in the organ weights of liver, spleen and kidney of rats given guar dhal was also not prevented by the addition of trypsin. The amino N and plasma protein of rats fed on guar dhal with and without added trypsin were significantly less than in those on casein diet.

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