Protein quality of two cultivars of lupin seeds ...



Title Protein quality of two cultivars of lupin seeds evaluated in weanling rats
Author(s) B. C. Donovan, Mary A. McNiven, J. A. MacLeod, D. M. Anderson
Journal Animal Feed Science and Technology
Date 1991
Volume 33
Issue 1-2
Start page 87
End page 95
Abstract For 3 weeks, 128 male Sprague-Dawley rats, 3 weeks old, were fed on diets containing no protein, casein, soyabean meal, roasted or raw soyabeans, or sweet white lupin (Lupinus albus) cultivar Primorski or Ultra without or with 0.1% lysine or 0.2% methionine. Relative net protein ratio (RNPR) (casein = 100%) of lupins Primorski and Ultra supplemented with methionine was 81.1 and 79.1%, respectively, and was higher than that for roasted soyabeans (71.4%) (P<0.05) and similar to that of soyabean meal (83.1%). Supplementation of lupins with lysine improved (P<0.05) RNPR of Ultra (88.0%), but not that of Primorski (81.9%). RNPR values of soyabean meal, Ultra or Primorski supplemented with lysine and methionine were not different..

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