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International Journal of Zoology and Applied Biosciences

Year : 2022 | Volume: 7 | Issue: 3 | Pages: 19-24

doi: https://doi.org/10.55126/ijzab.2022.v07.i03.004

Ascertaining the seasonal variations in nutritional value of Channa striatus from Halali reservoir of Raisen district (Madhya pradesh, India)

Tehleel Ahmed, ShaziaTabassum Shah, Susan Manohar and Rajendra Chauhan

Received on: 2022-05-12

Revised on: 2022-05-29

Accepted on: 2022-06-02

Published on: 06/08/2022

  • Tehleel Ahmed, ShaziaTabassum Shah, Susan Manohar and Rajendra Chauhan( 2022).

    Ascertaining the seasonal variations in nutritional value of Channa striatus from Halali reservoir of Raisen district (Madhya pradesh, India)

    . International Journal of Zoology and Applied Biosciences, 7( 3), 19-24.

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Abstract

Determining the seasonal alteration in the essential nutritional constituents of Channa striatus fish will be important to estimate their nutritive value and to plan the most suitable industrial and commercial processing. In the present work, we evaluated the seasonal variations in nutritional value of Channa striatus including total carbohydrate, protein and lipid content with respect to three season’s i.e. winter, pre-monsoon and post monsoon of Halali Reservoir district, of Madhya Pradesh. Nutritional components like carbohydrate, protein and lipids are severely influenced with the change in season and water quality parameters. Total carbohydrate, protein and lipid were estimated by phenol-sulphuric acid method, Follin’s-Lowry method and Folch et al. method respectively. The nutritional analysis showed that the nutritional value of Channa striatus in the winter sample (January to February) was maximum as compared to post monsoon (October to November) to and pre monsoon (Juneto July) sample. Results suggested that the Channa striatus fish species of Halali Reservoir in the winter season possess best nutritive value as compared to pre monsoon and post monsoon and in the consumption in the winter season must be increased for obtaining maximum benefits

Keywords

Channa striatus, Seasonal nutritional analysis, Proximate composition, Halali Reservoir, 3-PUFA.