Cereal Chem 59:20 - 22. | VIEW
Amino Acid Composition of Grain Dusts.
J. D. Hubbard, F. S. Lai, C. R. Martin, B. S. Miller, and Y. Pomeranz. Copyright 1982 by the American Association of Cereal Chemists, Inc.
The amino acid compositions of wheat, corn, grain sorghum, soybeans, a wheat-corn mixture, and rice and of dusts from those grains were determined by automated ion-exchange chromatography. Protein content was 2-3% (dry basis) less in dust than in the corresponding grains, except for soybeans, in which the protein content of dust was about 13% compared to about 41% in whole seeds. However, the concentration of lysine, the most limiting amino acid in most grains, was higher in each type of dust than in the parent grains, except soybean dust.