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Chemical composition and technological characters of adapted and promising chickpea cultivars


, : Chemical composition and technological characters of adapted and promising chickpea cultivars. Rasteniev' ' dni Naukii 18(1): 14-19

Data on the seed chemical composition of 7 new chickpea are given.

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