Physico - chemical properties of black and yellow soybean (Glycine max L.) Genotype
Sumangala S and Uma N Kulkarni
A total of three soybean genotypes including two black - Kalitur and DSM with one yellow – DSb 21 were procured during kharif, 2017, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad were analyzed for physico-chemical composition, cooking quality and acceptability. A significant variation was found in physical and functional characteristics of black and yellow soybean genotypes. The DSM genotype had highest weight (16.85 g), length (7.26 mm), breadth (6.69 mm), thickness (5.53 mm) and swelling capacity (0.20 ml) compared to Kalitur and DSb 21. Significant variation was observed in the proximate and mineral matter contents of soybean genotypes. The highest moisture was recorded in Kalitur (12.00 g). The fat content of soybean genotype ranged between 17.86 - 19.76 g per 100 g with maximum in Kalitur followed by DSb 21 and DSM. Significantly high amount of protein was observed in the DSb 21 (43.63 g). Black soybean DSM genotype had significantly high content of crude fibre (6.30 g) and ash (5.82 g) respectively. Among the mineral matter, calcium was found to be highest in DSb 21. The iron content of soybean genotypes with and without hull ranged between (268 to 341 ppm and 218 to 292 ppm).
How to cite this article:
Sumangala S, Uma N Kulkarni. Physico - chemical properties of black and yellow soybean (<em>Glycine max </em>L.) Genotype. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(7):33-37.