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Effect of cooking and processing on protein quality of bengal gram cicer arietinum green gram phaseolus aureus and horse gram dolichos biflorus



Effect of cooking and processing on protein quality of bengal gram cicer arietinum green gram phaseolus aureus and horse gram dolichos biflorus



Indian Journal of Nutrition & Dietetics 23(3): 57-65




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