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Characterization of winged bean seed proteins


, : Characterization of winged bean seed proteins. Winged Bean Flyer 3(2): 33

This paper was presented at the 2nd international winged bean seminar in Sri Lanka. The isolation and identification of the major protein components of Psophocarpus tetragonolobus seeds are reported.

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