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Monamino monocarboxylic acid content of preparations of herbage protein

Monamino monocarboxylic acid content of preparations of herbage protein

Biochem. J, 58: 44-46

Protein samples from clover, young lawn grass, mixed grass from permanent pasture, young and old perennial ryegrass, wilted lawn grass and protein from perennial ryegrass treated to simulate silage making were analysed for monoamino-monocarboxylic acids, except methionine. No significant difference was found in the aminoaoid composition of the protein from the different fresh herbages or the wilted grass. The protein from ensiled ryegrass had slightly less serine and threonine.

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