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Nutritive value of Bengal gram (chick pea). 2. Assessment of the nutritive value of formulated foods based on Bengal gram (chick pea) and fish protein concentrate and egg powder by determination of their protein efficiency and calorie efficiency ratio values and liverfat and protein-nitrogen contents


Nutritive value of Bengal gram (chick pea). 2. Assessment of the nutritive value of formulated foods based on Bengal gram (chick pea) and fish protein concentrate and egg powder by determination of their protein efficiency and calorie efficiency ratio values and liverfat and protein-nitrogen contents



Sci. Res., Pakistan. 6: 148-155



Part 1 (not so numbered) may be Abst. 7024, Vol. 39. 2. Groups of 4 rats weighing 40 to 50 g were given diets containing 50% of raw, germinated or parched dried dehusked chickpea to supply about 9.5% protein. The germinated and parched samples were given alone or supplemented with fish protein concentrate (FPC) to supply 0.8% protein or with whole egg powder to supply an additional 0.2, 0.8 or 3.5% protein.

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