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Sprouting bioprocess as a sustainable tool for enhancing durum wheat (Triticum durum) nutrients and bioactive compounds

Jribi, Sara; Antal, Otilia Tamara; Molnar, Helga; Adanyi, Nora; Furtos, Zultan; Naar, Zultan; Kheriji, Oussema; Amara, Hajer; Debbabi Hajer


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