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Screening of Pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan L.) Seeds for Study of their Flavonoids, Total Phenolic Content and Antioxidant Properties
Legumes are an excellent source of compounds having antioxidant, antimutagenic and antiaging activities. Antioxidant based drugs/formulations for prevention and treatment of complex diseases likeExpand
Ethnomedicinal plants of Chamba district, Himachal Pradesh, India
It was found that 50 plant species are being commonly used by local people to cure 26 diseases, in most of the cases, leaves followed by roots were used to cure many health problems. Expand
An overview of chromosome and basic numbers diversity in cytologically investigated polypetalous genera from the Western Himalayas (India)
At genus level chromosomal observations show the active role of various evolutionary processes responsible for chromosomal diversity in the majority of these genera distributed in the Western Himalayas of India. Expand
Antioxidant potential of processed Vigna umbellate (L.) seeds: An Indian underutilized legume
The raw and processed seeds of rice bean variety (RBL-6) grown in India were examined for bioactive compounds (total phenolic content, hydrophilic and hydrophobic phenols, o-dihydric phenols,Expand
Structural and quality evaluation of soy enriched functional noodles
Abstract Physicochemical and functional properties of refined wheat flour (RWF), soy flour (SF), sorghum flour (SGF) as well as multigrain flour (MF) prepared with a blend of RWF (62.2%), SGF (24.6%)Expand
Bioactive components, in vitro digestibility, microstructure and application of soybean residue (okara): a review
Okara is a by‐product of soymilk production with a rich nutritional profile, particularly in proteins, fibers, lipids, and bioactive components. Okara has the potential for value‐added production andExpand
Physicochemical and functional properties of gamma irradiated buckwheat and potato starch
Abstract Starches isolated from buckwheat and potato were subject to different doses of irradiation at 0, 5, 10, 15 and 20 kGy. Native and irradiated starch samples were evaluated for theirExpand
Ethnobotanical notes on 30 medicinal polypetalous plants of district Kangra of Himachal Pradesh
2 , making 10.31% of the total area of the state. The importance of medicinal plants in traditional healthcare practices, providing clues to new areas of research and in biodiversity conservation, isExpand
Cytomorphological Diversity in Some Species of Impatiens Linn. (Balsaminaceae) from Western Himalayas (India)
The present study has been carried out from the different selected parts of Western Himalayas such as Kashmir and the Kangra and Sirmaur districts to generate basic information on genetic diversity required for the improvement of germplasm. Expand
Additions to the cytologically investigated species of Potentilla L. (Rosaceae) from India
The anomalous taxa are marked with meiotic abnormalities in the form of cytomixis, chromosomal stickiness, unoriented bivalents, formation of laggards and bridges resulting in abnormal microsporogenesis, and production of heterogenous-sized fertile pollen grains along with reduced pollen fertility. Expand