Protein from Sugar Cane

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SUGAR cane is a major crop in many areas of the world where there is also malnutrition, particularly a shortage of dietary protein, and a high, birth-rate. It is important that these areas should exploit to the full any potential source of protein for human diets, either to be consumed directly or indirectly through animal feeding.

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PARISH, D. Protein from Sugar Cane. Nature 188, 601 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1038/188601a0

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