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American Journal of Food and Nutrition. 2017, 5(2), 77-82
DOI: 10.12691/ajfn-5-2-5
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Chemical Composition, Amino Acid, Fatty Acid and Mineral in Callappa Lophos: Ecological and Human Health Implications

Foysal Kabir Tareq1, Mst. Fayzunnesa2, , Md. Shahariar Kabir3 and Musrat Nuzat1

1Department of Chemical Engineering, Jessore University of Science and Technology, Jessore 7408, Bangladesh

2Department of Nutrition and Food Technology, Jessore University of Science and Technology, Jessore 7408, Bangladesh

3Department of Agricultural Engineering, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh

Pub. Date: June 21, 2017

Cite this paper:
Foysal Kabir Tareq, Mst. Fayzunnesa, Md. Shahariar Kabir and Musrat Nuzat. Chemical Composition, Amino Acid, Fatty Acid and Mineral in Callappa Lophos: Ecological and Human Health Implications. American Journal of Food and Nutrition. 2017; 5(2):77-82. doi: 10.12691/ajfn-5-2-5

Abstract

The present study demonstrate the nutritional values of C. Lophos in terms of proximate composition, amino acids, fatty acids and minerals composition in edible part. The C. Lophos was separated into two part one body which contain shell and muscles and other appendages which contain claws and lags. The C. Lophos body and appendages has the suitable quantity of protein, carbohydrate, fat, ash, and moisture in the percentages of (1.117%, 1.203%), (0.301%, 0.436%), (3.247%, 2.723%), (0.145%, 0.175%) and (4.215%, 3.701%) respectively. Entirely seventeen amino acid were found where nine essential amino acids (EAA) and eight non-essential amino acids (NEAA). The maximum concentration of EAA Lysine was detected in both of body (0.0451%) and appendages (0.0407%) part and in minimum of EAA Valine was found in body (0.0163%) and EAA Tryptophan (0.0092%) in appendages. The NEAA Glutamic acid was observed in maximum concentration in both of body (0.0491%) and appendages (0.0512%) and NEAA Asparagine observed in minimum concentration in both of body (0.0059%) and appendages (0.0057%). The quantity of saturated fatty, mono saturated, poly saturated , and trans fatty acid in body and appendages were found in the percentages of (.701%, 0.821%), (0.634%, 0.742%), (0.686%, 0.798%) and (0.042%, 0.1321%) respectively. Entirely six mineral were detected in C. Lophos body and appendages where Calcium (11.67%, 12.35%) observed in maximum concentration. The result revels that the C. Lophos are one of the nutritionist food and aim of this study to encourage people to increase the utilization of these C. Lophos in large scale.

Keywords:
Callappa Lophos chemical composition amino acid fatty acid mineral

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