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The term proteomics embraces the characterization of proteins,62,63 as well as the systematic study of proteins in the cells, tissues and organisms in general. 64 Utilization of proteins for food, feed and nonfood applications is wide ranging and dates back to ancient stories. e. of micro-organisms), discussed below. In most plants the protein content with respect to dry mass ranges only between 5 and 10%, although some plants like lucerne and soy bean (legume species) contain up to 40% proteins.
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Renewable Resources for Functional Polymers and Biomaterials: Polysaccharides, Proteins and Polyesters by Peter Williams, Maya Thanou, Thomas Heinze, Koen Vercruysse, Ian Holt, Kurt I Draget, Chang-Sik Ha, Brenda Mann, Steve Cui, Werner Praznik, Tohru Shibata, John F Kennedy, Hans-Ulrich Endress, Glyn O Phillips