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Ecotoxicological studies on pulse beetles infesting green gram. II-Studies on the qualitative losses caused by pulse beetles in green gram, Vigna radiata (L) Wilczek



Ecotoxicological studies on pulse beetles infesting green gram. II-Studies on the qualitative losses caused by pulse beetles in green gram, Vigna radiata (L) Wilczek



Bulletin of Grain Technologyrecd 1985; 21(2): 110-114



The damage caused by Callosobruchus chinensis and C. maculatus was investigated in seeds of green gram (Vigna radiata) during storage. During storage for 120 days, the protein content increased from 22.15 to 47.14% for infestation with C. chinensis and from 22.15 to 57.55% for C. maculatus, as compared with an increase from 22.15 to 32.34% for no infestation.

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