1962
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2621.1962.tb00115.x View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Studies were carried out to determine the best combination of rice and cooked black beans when one partially replaced the other isonitrogenously. Experiments with young and with adult protein-depleted rats indicate that the best combination was one in which about 60% of the protein of the diet is from rice and 40% from black beans. The range of values was from 70 to 50% rice and from 30 to 50% cooked black beans.

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“…Bressani and his co-workers have evaluated such mixtures using the PER test (Bressani & Valiente, 1962;Bressani, Valiente & Tejada, 1962) and De Groot & Van Stratum (1963) used both PER and NPU tests to study similar mixtures. Some mixtures of protein concentrates have also been tested, including SB-cottonseed meal, and sesame-cottonseed meal (Bressani & BChar, 1964). Previous workers have stated that the benefits of such mixing are attributable to complementation effects involving the amino acids contributed by the constituents of the mixtures, but precise links between the PER and NPU values and dietary levels of individual amino acids are not easy to establish from the published work.…”
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“…Bressani and his co-workers have evaluated such mixtures using the PER test (Bressani & Valiente, 1962;Bressani, Valiente & Tejada, 1962) and De Groot & Van Stratum (1963) used both PER and NPU tests to study similar mixtures. Some mixtures of protein concentrates have also been tested, including SB-cottonseed meal, and sesame-cottonseed meal (Bressani & BChar, 1964). Previous workers have stated that the benefits of such mixing are attributable to complementation effects involving the amino acids contributed by the constituents of the mixtures, but precise links between the PER and NPU values and dietary levels of individual amino acids are not easy to establish from the published work.…”
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“…Another option for improving rice amino acid profiles is by adding other sources of lysine plant protein. Bressani and Valiente (1962) suggested that black bean could supplement polished rice with lysine at low cost (Bressani, 2010).…”
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