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An assessment of variation of antinutritional factors in pea seeds

3rd European conference on grain legumes Opportunities for high quality, healthy and added value crops to meet European demands Valladolid, Spain, 14-19 November 1998: 166-167

An assessment of variation of antinutritional factors in pea seeds

A large variation in the levels of alpha -galactosides, inositol phosphates and trypsin inhibitor activity were found in seeds of 14 pea cultivars from the germplasm collection of Valladolid (Spain).

Accession: 003037597

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