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Fresh-water plants: a potential source of protein

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Boyd, C.E. Fresh-water plants: a potential source of protein. Econ Bot 22, 359–368 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02908132

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Keywords

  • Tannin
  • Crude Protein
  • Aquatic Plant
  • Economic Botany
  • Crude Protein Content