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Vol. 12, Issue 1 (2023)

Physicochemical properties of legumes (Viz., black gram splits, moth bean splits and fenugreek seeds)

Author(s):
Landge AR, Sadawarte SK and Pawar VS
Abstract:
The present research was carried out to study the physical and chemical properties of three legumes which are black gram splits, moth bean splits and fenugreek seed. Thousand seeds weight of black gram splits, moth bean splits and fenugreek seed was determined to be (20.56±0.57), (19.13±0.88) and (15.89±0.96) and bulk density, was found to be (0.88±0.05), (0.76±0.08) and (0.76±0.07), respectively. The fat, carbohydrate, protein and fiber determined for black gram splits were 1.8, 59.8, 23.6 and 0.8, respectively, whereas for moth bean splits were 1.22, 59.8, 22.8 and 1.56, respectively. Proximate composition for fenugreek including fat, carbohydrate, protein and fiber were found to be 6.83, 43.67, 25.86 and 6.31, respectively.
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How to cite this article:
Landge AR, Sadawarte SK, Pawar VS. Physicochemical properties of legumes (Viz., black gram splits, moth bean splits and fenugreek seeds). Pharma Innovation 2023;12(1):560-563.

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