Lablab purpureus

  • T. K. Lim


Dolichos albus Lour., Dolichos altissimus Lour., Dolichos amoenus Salisb., Dolichos benghalensis Jacq., Dolichos ensiformis Thunb., Dolichos lablab L., Dolichos purpureus L., Lablab benghalensis Medik., Lablab ferrugineus Medik., Lablab lablab (L.) Lyons, Lablab leucocarus Savi, Lablab nankinicus Savi, Lablab niger Medikus, Lablab perennans DC., Lablab purpurea (L.) Sweet, Lablab rufus Medik., Lablab vulgaris (L.) Savi, Vigna aristata Piper.


Phytic Acid Trypsin Inhibitory Activity Proteinase Inhibitory Activity Galanthus Nivalis Agglutinin Haemagglutinating Activity 
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  • T. K. Lim
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  1. 1.ChisholmAustralia

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