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- Jha, Bhavanath; Singh, Nater Pal; Mishra, Avinash
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2012 v.60 no.17 pp. 4320-4326
- regulatory proteins, etc ; Salicornia; albumins; alternative crops; dietary nutrient sources; dietary supplements; ethanol; gels; globulins; glutelins; green leafy vegetables; halophytes; isoelectric point; marshes; mass spectrometry; metabolism; molecular weight; nutritive value; polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis; polypeptides; prolamins; proteome; seawater; seeds; shoots; sodium chloride; sodium hydroxide; solvents; Show all 28 Subjects
- ... Salicornia brachiata is an extreme halophyte that grows in salty marshes and is considered to be a potential alternative crop for seawater agriculture. Salicornia seeds are rich in protein, and its tender shoots are eaten as salad greens. Seed storage proteins were fractionated by sequential extraction using different solvents, including distilled water for albumins, NaCl (1.0 M) for globulins, Na ...