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Eco-toxicological studies on pulse beetles infesting green gram. VIII. Studies on the rancidity and organoleptic qualities of green gram Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek. treated with different edible oils



Eco-toxicological studies on pulse beetles infesting green gram. VIII. Studies on the rancidity and organoleptic qualities of green gram Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek. treated with different edible oils



Indian Journal of Entomology 46(4): 402-405



A laboratory study in India showed that the addition of coconut, groundnut, mustard, rice bran, sesame, sunflower and taramira oils at 0.15 and 1.0% to seeds of green gram (Vigna radiata) for the control of bruchid pulse beetles did not have any adverse effects on the organoleptic qualities of the seeds, such as cooking condition, colour, flavour and taste, even 6 months after treatment.

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