legumin

Major storage protein of the seeds of peas and other legumes.

Legumin

Legumin, or vegetable casein, is a protein substance analogous to the casein of milk, obtained from beans, peas, lentils, vetches and other leguminous seeds. It is a member of the globulin group. ==Properties== Karl Heinrich Ritthausen found legumin from peas, vetches, lentils, and field beans to contain the elements in the following proportions: ...
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legumin

Type: Term Pronunciation: lĕ-gū′min, leg′ū-min Synonyms: avenin
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Legumin

Le·gu'min (-mĭn) noun [ Confer French légumine .] (Physiol. Chem.) An albuminous substance resembling casein, found as a characteristic ingredient of the seeds of leguminous and grain-bearing plants.
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legumin

<plant biology> Major storage protein of the seeds of peas and other legumes. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Legumin

• (n.) An albuminous substance resembling casein, found as a characteristic ingredient of the seeds of leguminous and grain-bearing plants.
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