NUTRITIVE VALUEOF LOCALLY AVAILABLE RICE BRAN IN MAN1PUR

Article Id: ARCC3456 | Page : 155 - 156
Citation :- NUTRITIVE VALUEOF LOCALLY AVAILABLE RICE BRAN IN MAN1PUR.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2002.(36):155 - 156
O.N. Singh, A.S. Singm am M.S. Singh
Address : Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, College of Agriculture, Central Agricultural University, Imphal- 795 001, India

Abstract

The locally available rice bran samples in Manipur were analysed for proximate principles, protein solubility fractions and amino acids. The bran contained 16.15% crude protein, 17.55% ether extract and 1.98% phosphorus on dry matter basis and amino acid composition of the protein fraction was 21.17, 8.98, 10.46, 6.54, 2.29 and 0.81 per cent for glutamic acid, aspartic acid, glycine, lysine, methionine and tryptophane respectively. Albumin and globulin were found to be the major protein fractions

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