Phaseolus lunatus

  • T. K. Lim
Chapter

Abstract

Burma Bean, Butter Bean, Civet Bean, Duffin Bean, Guffin Bean, Haba, Haricot Bean, Hibbert Bean, Java Bean, Large Lima Bean, Large White Bean, Lima Bean, Madagascar Bean, Pallar Bean, Prolific Bean, Rangoon Bean, Sieva Bean, Sugar Bean

Keywords

Trypsin Inhibitor Starch Granule Resistant Starch Lima Bean Native Starch 
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  • T. K. Lim
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  1. 1.ChisholmAustralia

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