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Studies on the protein content and aminoacids variabilities in developing seeds of pea (Pisum sativum L.)


, : Studies on the protein content and aminoacids variabilities in developing seeds of pea (Pisum sativum L.). Narendra Deva Journal of Agricultural Research 1(2): 143-148

Developing pea seeds were analysed for variation in FW, DW, protein content and amino acid composition of alcohol soluble and alcohol insoluble protein fractions at different stages. Changes in the proportion of amino acids in the free pool (alcohol soluble fraction) as well as in the protein synthesized indicated an ongoing spontaneous metabolism of amino acids in the seed.

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