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Carbohydrate content of cereal germs


, : Carbohydrate content of cereal germs. Tecnica Molitoria 42(3): 201-204

In germs of wheat, maize and rice from different mills and factories in Egypt total carbohydrates were 29.65, 41.69 and 51.20, reducing sugars 1.58, 0.46 and 0.64, non-reducing sugars 15.89, 5.75 and 11.70 and polysaccharides 12.18, 33.42 and 38.86%, respectively.

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