Lens culinaris

  • T. K. Lim
Chapter

Abstract

Cicer lens (L.) Willd., Ervum lens L., Lathyrus lens (L.) Bernh., Lens abyssinica Alef., Lens camelorum (Spreng.) Webb & Berth., Lens culinaris subsp. esculenta Briq., Lens culinaris subsp. macrosperma (Baumg.) Barul., Lens culinaris subsp. microsperma (Baumg.) Barul., Lens esculenta Moench, Lens disperma (Roxb.) Webb & Berth., Lens lens Huth., Lens nummularia Alef., Lens sativa Heller, Lens vulgaris Delarbre, Lentilla lens (L.) W.Wight ex D.Fairchild, Vicia lens (L.) Cosson & Germain, Vicia pisicarpa H. Léveillé.

Keywords

Phytic Acid Lens Culinaris Black Bean Phytic Acid Content Lentil Seed 
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  1. 1.ChisholmAustralia

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