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- Kumar, V.; Rani., A.; Rajapl, S.; Srivastava, G.; Ramesh, A.; Joshi, O.M.
- Journal of the science of food and agriculture 2005 v.85 no.9 pp. 1523-1526
- Glycine max; soybeans; genotype; cultivars; phytic acid; soy flour; food composition; geographical variation; soil fertility; soil chemical properties; genotype-environment interaction; India
- ... Phytic acid, the heat-stable anti-nutritional factor, was determined in 80 cultivars/strains of Indian soybean to identify genotypes that possess low concentrations of phytic acid. Variation of values of 28.6-46.4 g kg(-1) soy flour was observed. Information on the influence of growing locations with widely differing soil types on phytic acid content being scarce, phytic acid in the mature dry see ...