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Characterisation of the major storage proteins of Pisum sativum L






Characterisation of the major storage proteins of Pisum sativum L: 205

Characterisation of the major storage proteins of Pisum sativum L

Purification techniques for isolating the storage proteins vicilin and legumin from pea seeds were studied.

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