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Banjare K.,Central Research Laboratory | Kumar M.,Tropilite Foods Pvt. Ltd
Oriental Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2015

The study was conducted to characterize the chemical, textural and sensory quality attributes of market and laboratory made peda samples. Five market peda samples from the Vicinity of the traditional manufacturing shops were selected randomly for the study from different region of Raipur city, five manufacturers manufacturing and selling the product and having good popularity among consumers were selected and the study were replicated four times. Market peda samples were collected and simultaneously one peda sample was prepared in laboratory from khoa. These different peda samples were evaluated on the basis of their chemical, textural and sensory quality. The chemical composition of different peda samples had moisture, fat, total solid and titratable acidity content ranged from 12.22 to 23.34%, 12.26 to 22.58%, 76.67 to 87.78% and 0.37 to 0.63% respectively. The textural studies of market and laboratory made peda samples revealed that hardness, adhesiveness, cohesiveness, springiness, gumminess and chewiness ranged from 397.50 to 3417.71g, -70.15 to -1.38 g.s, 0.094 to 0.159, 0.12 to 0.20 mm, 13.08 to 385.41g and 1.53 to 53.43 g.mm respectively. In sensory characteristics viz. flavor, color & appearance, body & texture and total score showed significant (P<0.01) difference between peda samples. Source


Thakur G.S.,Tropilite Foods Pvt. Ltd | Sharma R.,Tropilite Foods Pvt. Ltd | Sanodiya B.S.,Tropilite Foods Pvt. Ltd | Pandey M.,Xcelris Genomics | And 3 more authors.
Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science | Year: 2012

Gymnema sylvestre (Asclepiadaceae) also known as 'gurmar' or 'sugar destroyer' is a woody, climbing traditional medicinal herb which has many therapeutic applications in Ayurvedic system of medicine. It is used for lowering serum cholesterol, triglycerides and blood glucose level (hypoglycemic or antihyperglycemic), hypolipidaemic, weight loss, stomach ailments, constipation, water retention and liver diseases, either high or low blood pressure, tachycardia or arrhythmias, and used as aperitive, purgative, in eye troubles, antiinflammatory, smooth muscle relaxant, prevention of dental caries, cataract and as anticancer-cytotoxic agent. Its flowers, leaves, and fruits contains alkaloids, flavones, saponins, sapogenins, anthraquinones, hentri-acontane, pentatriacontane, a and ß-chlorophylls, phytin, resins, d-quercitol, tartaric acid, formic acid, butyric acid, lupeol, ß-amyrin related glycosides and stigmasterol having main principle bioactive compunds viz. gymnemic acids, gymnemasides, gymnemagenin, gurmarin, gymnemosides, gymnemanol, gymnemasins, gypenoside, and conduritol which act as therapeutic agent and play vital role in many therapeutic applications. Gymnemic acids are thought to be responsible for its antidiabetic activity and it is the major component of an extract shown to stimulate insulin release from the pancreas. Another anti-sweet agent gumarin is utilized as a pharmacological tool in the study of sweet-taste transduction. The commercial exploitation of this plant and their secondary metabolites are some of the major prospective of this rare medicinal herb. The focus of the present review is to achieve the potential of therapeutic value of this herb and mechanism and action of their secondary metabolites. Source


Thakur G.S.,Tropilite Foods Pvt. Ltd | Thakur G.S.,Jiwaji University | Pandey M.,Jaipur Engineering College and Research Center | Sharma R.,Tropilite Foods Pvt. Ltd | And 7 more authors.
Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants | Year: 2011

A protocol was developed for multiple shoot induction in a climber with highly medicinal and nutritional values i.e. Momordica balsamina (Cucurbitaceae). Effects of various factors on micropropagation were also studied. Addition of BAP at 1.0 mg/l in MS medium stimulated proliferation of shoots with 6-8 coefficients from the axillary buds. Low concentration of activated charcoal (0.2 %) promoted shoot elongation and reduced callus formation. The combination of 1.0 mg/l BAP and 1.0 mg/l KN promoted shoot elongation and proliferation. NAA proved to be more effective in inducing higher number of roots per shoot than IBA. The plantlets raised in vitro were acclimatized in green house and successfully transplanted to natural condition with 85 % survival. The present investigation showed that direct regeneration of M. balsamina offer a good opportunity to use micropropagation technique as a complementary tool for breeding and other applications. © 2011 Prof. H.S. Srivastava Foundation for Science and Society. Source


Bisen P.S.,Jiwaji University | Bisen P.S.,Bisen Biotech and Biopharma Pvt. Ltd | Bisen P.S.,Tropilite Foods Pvt. Ltd | Sanodiya B.S.,Bisen Biotech and Biopharma Pvt. Ltd | And 4 more authors.
Biotechnology Letters | Year: 2010

The production of biodiesel by transesterification employing acid or base catalyst has been industrially accepted for its high conversion and reaction rates. Downstream processing costs and environmental problems associated with biodiesel production and byproducts recovery have led to the search for alternative production methods. Recently, enzymatic transesterification involving lipases has attracted attention for biodiesel production as it produces high purity product and enables easy separation from the byproduct, glycerol. The use of immobilized lipases and immobilized whole cells may lower the overall cost, while presenting less downstream processing problems, to biodiesel production. The present review gives an overview on biodiesel production technology and analyzes the factors/methods of enzymatic approach reported in the literature and also suggests suitable method on the basis of evidence for industrial production of biodiesel. © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. Source


Katare C.,Jiwaji University | Agrawal S.,Jiwaji University | Jain M.,Jiwaji University | Rani S.,Jiwaji University | And 4 more authors.
Current Nutrition and Food Science | Year: 2011

Lagenaria siceraria, commonly known as bottle gourd, is extensively grown in India and other tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world. The bottle gourd is rich in a number of phytoconstituents, minerals, vitamins, fibre etc. with potent neutraceutical and therapeutic functions. Leaves and roots are used as emetic to reduce baldness and to relieve headache. Flowers are used as antidote in certain kinds of poisons. L. siceraria is reported to exhibit cardioprotective, antihyperlipidemic, antioxidant, antihyperglycemic, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory and hepatoprotective functions in human subjects as well as in experimental models. The bottle gourd is proved to be a potential source of prophylactic and therapeutic neutraceuticals and can serve as 'medicinal food' particularly in metabolic disorders associated with carbohydrate and lipid metabolisms. The objective of this article is to work out the ethnopharmacological and other medicinal applications of L. siceraria along with phytochemical and biochemical composition. © 2012 Bentham Science Publishers. Source

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