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lycine

[′lī‚sēn]
(organic chemistry)
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Component Concentration Crude protein 20.13 Carbohydrate 30.17 Crude fiber 4.23 Total ash 33.11 Crude fat 7.11 Marine fat 1.31 Cholesterol 0.33 Phospholipid 3.90 Carotene 0.97 Calcium 3.81 Phosphorus 1.89 Sodium 1.17 Potassium 1.36 Magnesium 0.41 Iron * 328 Zinc * 92.7 Manganese * 83.1 Copper * 47.9 Selenium * 0.231 Arginine 1.32 Histidine 0.49 Isoleucine 0.89 Leucine 1.59 Lycine 1.32 Methionine 0.44 Methonine + Cystine 0.62 Phenylalanine 0.97 Phenylalanine + tyrosine 1.78 Threonine 0.79 Tryp[tophan 0.22 Valine 0.94 Vitamin A ** 4800 Vitamin D ** 3000 Vitamin E 241 Vitamin C 349 Thiamine 36.0 Riboflavin 48.0 Pyridoxine 96.0 Niacin 99.0 Pantothenic acid 37.0 Biotin 0.970 Inositol 1346 Choline 909 Folic acid 24.0 Cyanocoalinine 0.1801 TABLE 2.
(57) In the overall scheme of things, lycine and citric acid were relatively small products for ADM, while HFCS was large and the company sold it to many sizable companies which, were there to have been a successful criminal price fixing case concerning this commodity, could have sued ADM for treble damages.