Items where Division is "Groundnut" and Year is 1967

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Brittain , J.A. (1967) Response of Arachis hypogaea L. to Succinic acid-1, 1 Dimethylhydrazide. PhD thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

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Cheema, P.S. and Ranhotra, G.S. (1967) Evaluation of Groundnut(Arachis hypogea) varieties for protein quality. Journal Nutrition Dietetics, 4. pp. 93-95.

Chopra , A. K. and Sidhu , G. S. (1967) Nutritive value of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea). 1. Amino acid composition of different varieties of groundnut grown in the Punjab. British Journal of Nutrition, 21 (3). pp. 519-525.

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Danial, V.A. and Subrahmanya Raj Urs, T.S. and Desai, B.L.M. and Venkata Rao, S and Rajalakshmi, D. and Swaminathan, M. and Parpia, H.A.B. (1967) Studies on low cost balanced foods suitable for feeding weaned inffants in developing countries. The protein efficiency ratio of low cost balanced foods based of ragi or maize, groundnut, bengalgram, soys and sesame flours and fortified with limiting amino acids. The journal for Nutrition & Diet, 4. pp. 183-188.

Diener , U.L. and Davis , N.D. (1967) Limiting temperature and relative humidity for growth and production of aflatoxin and free fatty acids byAspergillus flavus in sterile peanuts. Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society , 44 (4). pp. 259-263.

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Gupton , C.L. (1967) The Heritability of Maturation Indices Associated With Specific Growth Periods in Virginia Type Peanuts. PhD thesis, North Carolina State University.

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Harkness, C. and McDonald, D. and Stonebridge, W.C. and A'brook, J. and Darling, H.S. (1967) The Problem of Mycotoxins in Groundnuts (Peanuts) and Other Food Crops of Tropical Africa. Food Technology, 20 (9). pp. 72-78.

Harvey,Jr., J.E. (1967) Testa Color Inheritance in Peanuts(Arachis hypogaea L.). PhD thesis, University of Georgia.

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Jackson , C.R. and Press Jr, A.F. (1967) Changes in Mycoflora of Peanuts: Changes at two Temperatures in Air or in High Concentrations of Nitrogen or Carbon Dioxide. Oleagineux, 22 (3). pp. 165-168.

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