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Studies on the nutritive value of plant proteins I Pulse proteins Their improvement by amino acid supplementation



Studies on the nutritive value of plant proteins I Pulse proteins Their improvement by amino acid supplementation



Proc Natl Inst Sci India B Biol Sci: 68-73



Improvement on the nutritive value of pulses, Bengal gram and lentil was effected by supplementing them with deficient amino acidsethionine, trypto-phan and threonine. It has been observed that when these pulses were fed at 12% protein level, supplementation with most deficient amino acid methionine significantly enhanced their growth-promoting capacity.

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