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Intravarietal differentiation of pea (Pisum sativum L. subsp. sativum) seeds - their chemical composition and physical properties



Intravarietal differentiation of pea (Pisum sativum L. subsp. sativum) seeds - their chemical composition and physical properties



Plant Breeding and Seed Science 42(2): 75-85



Edible pea of Ergo was subjected to chemical and physical analysis. Dry seeds in full-maturity were harvested and classified into five fractions taking into account maturity and seed size. The fully matured seeds constituted 50%, yellow-green seeds 45.4%, and green seeds 2.1%, of the total. Substantial differences were observed in the chemical composition of individual seed fractions, differing in ripeness.

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