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The chemical composition and nutritive value of low-alkaloid varieties of white lupin. 1. Seed, cotyledon and seed coat characteristics


, : The chemical composition and nutritive value of low-alkaloid varieties of white lupin. 1. Seed, cotyledon and seed coat characteristics. Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences 5(1): 63-72

The size, weight and chemical composition of seeds, cotyledons and seed coat of 3 Polish low-alkaloid white lupin (Lupinus albus) cultivars, Wat, Hetman and Bardo, were estimated in seed samples from the 1992-94 harvests. In the oldest variety, Wat, average proportion of the seed coat was nearly 21%, while CP content in seeds amounted to 34% of DM. The newer cultivars, Hetman and Bardo, had a lower seed coat content (about 18%) and contained more protein (37 and 38% DM, respectively).


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