AMINO ACID PROFILING AND PROTEIN CONTENT DETERMINATION OF BOVINE MILK COLLECTED FROM DIFFERENT TEHSIL OF SINGRAULI DISTRICTAbstract
Milk and milk products are nutritious food items containing numerous essential nutrients. This study was carried out to determine the influence of variable season on profiling of amino acid and protein content from 90 bovine milk collected (March 2018 to February 2019) samples belongs to four tehsils of Singrauli district. The most abundant amino acid was glutamic acid, followed by proline and leucine. Concentration of amino acid in cow milk was found to be in order of Glycine < histidine < alanine < methionine < isoleucine < phenylalanine < threonine < tyrosine < serine < lysine < valine and aspartic acid < arginine < leucine < proline < glutamic acid. Amino acid status in buffalo milk sample was found in order Glycine < histidine < methionine < alanine < phenylalanine < isoleucine < threonine < arginine < tyrosine < serine and lysine < aspartic acid < valine < leucine < proline < glutamic acid. Average protein content comparison, results, in rainy season, maximum protein content was in Deosar and minimum in Singrauli, In winter protein is higher in Waidhan and minimum in Deosar and maximum protein content was recorded intended for Waidhan and minimum for Deosar in summer. Protein content in cow and buffalo milk was compared seasonally; the average protein content of cow (3.27 ± 0.15%) and in buffalo (4.15 ± 0.16%) milk was high in winter followed by rainy and summer.
Rajesh K. Patel *, Rajesh Pandey and Babbulal Patel
Department of Chemistry, SGS Government PG College, Sidhi, Madhya Pradesh, India.
21 January 2021
12 June 2021
21 June 2021
01 December 2021