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Which of the following terms refers to the amount of protein absorbed by the body from a food source? a) Biological Value b) Limiting Value c) Reference pattern d) None of the mentioned
Biological Value refers to the amount of protein absorbed by the body from a food source.
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Biological Value refers to the amount of protein absorbed by the body from a food source.
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Biological Value refers to the amount of protein absorbed by the body from a food source.
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