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- Carlson, K.D.; Tookey, H.L.
- Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 1983 v.60 no.12 pp. 1979
- feeds; feed composition; dietary protein; crambe meal; Crambe abyssinica; plant source protein; plant proteins; protein content; amino acid composition; glucosinolates; detoxification (processing); beef cattle
- ... Crambe abyssinica may be grown for its seed oil containing 55-60% erucic acid, which fills a long-term, technologically important US industrial market. The residual meal could serve in animal feeds, but, like other Cruciferae, crambe seed contains glucosinolates that limit the feed value of the defatted meal. Protein content, amino acid composition, protein efficiency tests and numerous animal fee ...