Our results however indicate that the cultivar used had very low phytic acid content (100 mg/100 g) suggesting higher bioavailability of minerals.
What does LPA stand for?
LPA stands for low phytic acid
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We have 267 other meanings of LPA in our Acronym Attic
- Logistics Pipeline Analysis
- Logo Patch Antenna
- Lome Peace Accord (Sierra Leone)
- Long Period Average (rainfall)
- Loop-Back Acknowledgement
- Loss Prevention Association of India, Ltd.
- LOT Polish Airlines (Poland)
- Louisiana Partnership for the Arts (Winnsboro, LA)
- Louisiana Psychological Association
- Low Pass Amplifier
- Low Power Amplifier
- Low Pressure Air
- Low Pressure Area (meterology)
- Low Profile Antenna
- Low Profile, Rapidly Deployable AM Transmit Antenna System (US DoD)
- Lower-Order Path Adaptation
- Luna Preservation Society (Tugboat Luna, Brookline, Massachusetts)
- Lysophosphatidic Acid
- Office of Legislative and Public Affairs (also seen as OLPA)
- Lakeland Performing Arts Association (Minocqua, Wl)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Corn, barley, rice and soybeans have naturally occurring low phytic acid (lpa) mutants which block the ability of a seed to synthesise phosphorus into phytic acid, but still have normal levels of phosphorus.
Researchers are using food-grade enzymes to produce soy protein with low phytic acid levels, which would be an improved iron carrier.