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Degradation of proteic N in Burley tobacco leaves air- cured



Degradation of proteic N in Burley tobacco leaves air- cured



Tabac 57(642): 3-10



Total and proteic N decreases in Burley tobacco leaves, during the curing process, particularly in the 60-96 hours from the beginning, but in minor proportion than in other tobacco-vars. The max. of hydrolysis takes place when the tobacco leaves change color.

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