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Investigations on the nitrogen fertilizing of di- and tetraploid rye. Part 2. The influence of fertilizing on the amino-acid composition of grain protein fractions



Investigations on the nitrogen fertilizing of di- and tetraploid rye. Part 2. The influence of fertilizing on the amino-acid composition of grain protein fractions



Pam. Pulaw, 37: 161-73. Bibl. 15



Investigations showed that greater differences in amino-acid composition occurred in the constitutional proteins than in the reserve proteins as a result of the application of N fertilizer.

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