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Nutritional Studies in Protein of Gawar (Gyamopsis tetragonoloba)


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1 Department of Nutrition & Biochemistry, Haffkine Institute, Bombay-12, India
     

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The major problem facing the developing nations including India is the impending protein crisis. In order to meet this situation, a search for new and cheap protein-rich materials, besides increasing the production of protein from conventional plant and livestock sources, is needed.
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S. D. Ambegaokar
Department of Nutrition & Biochemistry, Haffkine Institute, Bombay-12, India
J. K. Kamath
Department of Nutrition & Biochemistry, Haffkine Institute, Bombay-12, India
V. P. Shinde
Department of Nutrition & Biochemistry, Haffkine Institute, Bombay-12, India

Abstract


The major problem facing the developing nations including India is the impending protein crisis. In order to meet this situation, a search for new and cheap protein-rich materials, besides increasing the production of protein from conventional plant and livestock sources, is needed.