ESTIMATION OF TOTAL FATS IN SESBANIA GRANDIFLORA L.

Dr. Urmila Sarkar, Sensei Surendra Sawardekar

Abstract


Sesbania grandiflora L. commonly known as west Indian pea is an important fodder plant in agroforestry. This species is enriched with full of
economical and ethno-medicinal important benefits for sustaining the biodiversity of ecosystem of environment. Hence, a plant being of
agricultural importance there have a wide range of opportunities for exploration of its study in terms of research and development.
The current research attempt is made to study the effectivity of seeds for its nutritional importance. However, researches completed on fatty
compounds for tocopherols and phytosterols compound enlightens the importance of fatty component in the seed as a prior reserve material.
Attempts made for estimation of total fats from the seeds of Sesbania grandiflora L. lead a successful conclusion for consumption rate as per the
requirement for an individual.


Keywords


Sesbania grandiflora L., Total Fats, Daily Reference Intake.

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