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Effect of pulses as dietary protein sources on the acid and alkaline phosphatases in different tissues of albino rats Phaseolus aureus, Phaseolus mungo, Pisum sativum, Lens esculanta, Cicer arietinum, India



Effect of pulses as dietary protein sources on the acid and alkaline phosphatases in different tissues of albino rats Phaseolus aureus, Phaseolus mungo, Pisum sativum, Lens esculanta, Cicer arietinum, India



Food proteins: analytical nutritional and technological aspects a scientific view proceedings National Symposium on Food Proteins 17-19 March 1979 Loyola College Madras editors A Srinivasan NS Gnanapragasam




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