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Influence of controlled storage of some staple foods on their protein nutritive value in lysine limited diets. III. protein nutritive value and antitryptic activity of soybean meal and peanut meal, and protein nutrivite value and free gossypol content of cottonseed meal



Influence of controlled storage of some staple foods on their protein nutritive value in lysine limited diets. III. protein nutritive value and antitryptic activity of soybean meal and peanut meal, and protein nutrivite value and free gossypol content of cottonseed meal








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