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Almond (Prunus dulcis L.) protein quality



Almond (Prunus dulcis L.) protein quality



Plant Foods for Human Nutrition 60(3): 123-128



Three marketing varieties of almonds; Carmel, Mission, and Nonpareil; were analyzed for proximate composition and protein nutritive quality. Moisture, lipids, protein, ash, sugars, and tannins ranges were 3.05-4.33%, 43.37-47.50%, 20.68-23.30%, 3.74-4.56%, 5.35-7.45%, and 0.12-0.18%, respectively. No detectable hemagglutinating and trypsin inhibitory activities were present in Carmel, Mission, and Nonpareil almonds.

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DOI: 10.1007/s11130-005-6840-2


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