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The protein, fat and alkaloid content of the seeds of Lupinus albus in comparison with other lupin species and under the influence of external conditions



The protein, fat and alkaloid content of the seeds of Lupinus albus in comparison with other lupin species and under the influence of external conditions



Pflanzenbau 11: 129-38



Protein and fat content in the seeds of Lupinus, albus, is considerably greater than in those of other legumes such as peas and horse beans. It is inferior to that of the soyabean, but the nutrient content of the white lupin can be still further increased by breeding.

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