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- Sattur, Avinash Prahlad, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Food science and biotechnology 2015 v.24 no.6 pp. 2113-2116
- Panicum miliaceum subsp. miliaceum; Paspalum scrobiculatum; Penicillium; alkaloids; antinutritional factors; bioavailability; cowpeas; fungi; millets; minerals; nutritive value; phytic acid; solid state fermentation; trypsin inhibitors
- ... Cereals and legumes are rich in minerals, but the bioavailability of these minerals is usually low due to the presence of anti-nutritional factors, such as phytate, trypsin inhibitors, and tannin. Reductions in the influence of these factors is necessary to derive the full nutritive value of cereals and grains. Penicillium camemberti was grown on millets (kodo millet and proso millet) and legumes ...
- Ram, Prahlad, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Groundwater for sustainable development 2015 v.1 no.1-2 pp. 135-145
- World Health Organization; alluvium; calcium; carbonate minerals; chemometrics; drinking; effluents; excreta; gravel; groundwater; hydrogeochemistry; kaolinite; livestock; models; nitrate fertilizers; nitrates; physicochemical properties; sand; septic systems; sustainable development; water quality; weathering; Nepal
- ... In order to assess the hydrogeochemistry for suitability of different purposes, a total of 45 groundwater samples in Dun valley of central Nepal has been collected and analyzed for various geochemical parameters. Geologically, the study area comprises of Quaternary alluvium composed of boulder, cobble, pebble, gravel and sand with intercalation of clays. All the physicochemical parameters were wit ...