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Nutrients , Phytochemicals Composition of Moinmoin Made From Different Varieties of Leguminous Plants

@inproceedings{2018NutrientsP,
  title={Nutrients , Phytochemicals Composition of Moinmoin Made From Different Varieties of Leguminous Plants},
  author={},
  year={2018}
}
  • Published 2018
Objective: The nutrients, phytochemicals composition of moinmoin made from different varieties of leguminous plants were quantitatively investigated Methods: Samples were subjected to chemical and instrumental analysis for proximate, minerals and phytochemical composition. Chemical analysis was carried out according to AOAC methods. While atomic absorption spectrophotometer (AAS) was used for mineral determination. Results: The result of the nutrients composition revealed that moinmoin made… 

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