A REVIEW ON SALICORNIA BRACHIATA (ROXB.) AS A POTENTIAL DIETARY SUPPLEMENT
Keywords:Halophytic plant, Dietary supplement, OLIMP, GC-MS, MALDI-TOF MS, Nutritional potential.
Salicornia brachiata Roxb. is a member of the Amaranthaceae family, and is an extreme halophyte that is a potential marine agricultural alternative crop. Due to its potential as a naturally adapted higher plant model for abiotic stress-responsive gene resources, this halophyte is a promising alternative with a variety of uses. S.brachiata is a promising candidate with a wide range of nutritional qualities and uses. Oligosaccharides were discovered after analyzing a wide spectrum of carbohydrates and carbohydrate-containing substances. The oil content was Analysed using GC-MS. Proteome profiling study was carried out using MALDI TOF-TOF MS in protein rich seeds of S.brachiata. Sulphur-rich proteins with special oligosaccharides were found in S. brachiata, and the strategy for enhancing the nutritional quality of seed proteins has the potential to be applied on a larger scale, but further research and knowledge are required. All of the extraction and identification were then matched to a commonly utilized nutrition source. All of the extraction and identification were then matched to a commonly utilized nutrition source.
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