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PROXIMATE COMPOSITION AND GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT OF VARIOUS INDIAN VARIETIES OF MUSTARD/RAPESEED (BRASSICA SP.)

Article Id: ARCC5003 | Page : 37·39
Citation :- PROXIMATE COMPOSITION AND GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT OF VARIOUS INDIAN VARIETIES OF MUSTARD/RAPESEED (BRASSICA SP.).Agricultural Science Digest.2001.(21):37·39
A.K. Tyagi and K.K. Singhal
Address : Division of Cattle Nutrition. . National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal132 001. India

Abstract

Proximate composition and glusinolate content of 12 varieties of Indian mustard/rapeseed (Raya RH 781, Raya RH 2859,Raya RC 781, Torla Shyamgarh, Toria Songram, Toria Kranti, Torio TH 109, B 054, B Bold, B carinato and B. napus) revealed thot the oil content varied in the range of 32.89 to 38.96%, highest being in Toria Knanti. Crude protein of oil free moterial wos in the range of 35.46 to 46.23% highest being in Torio Shyamgorh. Glucosinolate content on the other hand varied from 1.60 to 4.92% on DM basis of the oilseeds, highest being in Torio Sangram among the varieties of musturd/rapeseed. There was no significant relationship between oil and glucosinolate content of different varieties of brassica oilseed.

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