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Vol. 12, Issue 4 (2023)

Short review on sensory evaluation of single type tuberose

Author(s):
Pushpanjali Bhosale, VV Bhagat and N Kumar
Abstract:
Tuberose (Agave amica syn. Polianthes tuberosa L.) possessed vast potential of uses viz. loose and cut flower trade, long vase life, along with essential aromatic components for oil industry in the world market (Kumar et al., 2021). Its magnificent florets, pleasantly aromatic nature with long shelf life, and white waxy flowers are valued in the horticulture sector and have a high demand in the local market. In the present investigation, the sensory evaluation study was conducted to identify the best fragrant collection of tuberose from different fourteen varieties of single-type tuberose at ICAR-DFR, Pune. Overall sensory evaluation depicted that var. Bidhan Snigdha is the best performed in colour, petal encouragement, and overall acceptability, whereas var. Prajwal graded more in the case of size and shape parameters. Therefore, the present study revealed that the var. Shringar has a higher fragrance compared to other selected varieties, which can be used as a raw material in the perfume-based industries.
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How to cite this article:
Pushpanjali Bhosale, VV Bhagat, N Kumar. Short review on sensory evaluation of single type tuberose. Pharma Innovation 2023;12(4):2299-2300.

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