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Differences in the seed protein composition of genus arachis


, : Differences in the seed protein composition of genus arachis. Canadian Journal of Botany 62(1): 105-108

Seed proteins from various Arachis spp. [including peanut, A. hypogaea] were extracted and fractionated by gel filtration on a Sephacryl S-300 column. Comparison of the protein profiles revealed the presence of wide variations in their protein composition. Major differences were observed in the amounts of methionine-rich proteins, arachin and the high MW proteins among the various species. Additionally, differences in the total amino acid composition (histidine, threonine, proline, glycine, cystine, valine, methionine and tyrosine) were also detected. The defatted meals of the nonnodulating line contained the lowest amount (36%) of protein, while the other species ranged 49-57%. Leucine aminopeptidase and acid phosphatase activities were highest in A. villosulicarpa and lowest in A. monticola.

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DOI: 10.1139/b84-018

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