Compositional Characteristics of 10 Wild Plant Legumes from Mediterranean French Pastures

@article{Viano1995CompositionalCO,
  title={Compositional Characteristics of 10 Wild Plant Legumes from Mediterranean French Pastures},
  author={Josette Viano and V{\'e}ronique Masotti and Emile M. Gaydou and P. J. L. Bourreil and Claude Ghiglione and Marie Giraud},
  journal={Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry},
  year={1995},
  volume={43},
  pages={680-683}
}
Moisture, lipid, fatty acid, protein, amino acid, ash, starch, free sugars, and cellulose concentrations in the aerial part of 10 wild plant legumes, growing in Mediterranean French pastures (Anthyllis vulneraria, Coronilla emerus, Coronilla minima, Coronilla varia, Cytisus sessilifolius, Dorycnium suffruticosum, Lotus delortii, Onobrychis saxatilis, Ononis minutissima, and Psoralea bituminosa), were determined. The dried aerial part of these plants contained 8.4-15.7% protein and 1.2-1.8… 

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