Protein content of Some Rumex Species (Polygonaceae)

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Protein content of Some Rumex Species (Polygonaceae)

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G.D. Shermatova, Sh.Kh. Rakhimova, B.J. Komilov, B.M. Abdul-Azizovich

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The aim of this study is the comparative analysis of the quantitative composition of protein content of five Rumex species: Rumex pamiricus Rech. f., Rumex conglomeratus Murray., Rumex confertus Willd., Rumex acetosa L. and Rumex aquaticus L. growing in similar environmental conditions. Based on the results obtained, it was found that the protein content in the leaves was higher than in the roots and seeds of the existing plants. The protein content of Rumex aquaticus demonstrated the highest values than other species (Table 1). The total proteins content in the roots of Rumex aquaticus 9.25%, in the seeds 9.11%, in the leaves 19.75%. This amount is a high figure for the plant. As a result our research, we have found a new source rich in protein.

Keywords

Polygonaceae L.
Rumex pamiricus Rech. f.
Rumex conglomeratus Murray.
Rumex confertus Willd.
Rumex acetosa L.
Rumex aquaticus L.
sorrel
dock
protein
superfood

Authors

G.D. Shermatova, Sh.Kh. Rakhimova, B.J. Komilov, B.M. Abdul-Azizovich

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