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Vol. 10, Special Issue 10 (2021)

Trends of antinutritional compounds in groundnut pod at development stages during drought conditions

Author(s):
MV Solanki, PJ Rathod and MK Mahatma
Abstract:
This study was investigated for the anti-nutritional compounds in groundnut kernels of two varieties at various stages of pod development in moisture deficit condition. The pods were collected at difference stages at 90 DAS, 105 DAS and 120 DAS of GJG-22 and TG-37A. Irrigation was withdrawn for moisture deficit condition and these days sampling was determined for phytic acid, oxalic acid and trypsin inhibitors. The GJG-22 and TG-37A groundnut verities shown significant differences in anti-nutritional compound viz, oxalic acid, phytic acid a trypsin inhibitor in seed and it was found to be increased in control condition as compared to drought condition. In drought condition verities TG-37A was shown decreased in content of phytic acid and oxalic acid. While in case of GJG-22, it was found to be decreased in trypsin inhibitors in all stages of pod development. One surprising effect was observed at 90-DAS in control condition as compared to drought condition for oxalic acids content. Overall anti-nutritional compounds were found to be decreased at 105-DAS to 120-DAS. The quality of groundnut seed kernel is based on anti-nutritional factors. It is fact proven notes that seeds with lower values in oxalate and trypsin inhibitors are being designated as biochemical markers for moisture deficit conditions.
Pages: 1107-1111  |  391 Views  122 Downloads
How to cite this article:
MV Solanki, PJ Rathod and MK Mahatma. Trends of antinutritional compounds in groundnut pod at development stages during drought conditions. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(10S): 1107-1111.

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