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Blood amino acid studies prediction of limiting amino acids in mixtures of dietary proteins rat rice m wheat m corn m chick pea d peanut d soy d cotton d seed



Blood amino acid studies prediction of limiting amino acids in mixtures of dietary proteins rat rice m wheat m corn m chick pea d peanut d soy d cotton d seed



Canadian Journal of Physiology & Pharmacology 46(5): 707-711




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