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https://www.eduzhai.net American Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 2021, 11(3): 261-264 DOI: 10.5923/j.ajmms.20211103.20 Biological and Dietary Value of Sorgo (Jugara) Grain Products by Amino Acid Composition in Certain Diseases Sh. Ya. Zokirxodjaev1, N. Sh. Shamuratova1,*, B. A. Duschanov2, D. A. Ruzmetova2, Sh. X. Raximova3 1Tashkent Medical Academy, Uzbekistan 2Urgench Branch of the Tashkent Medical Academy, Uzbekistan 3Institute of Chemistry of Plant Substances Named after Academician, S.Yu. Yunusov, Uzbekistan Abstract For several thousand years, sorghum seeds have been a valuable staple food in warm climatic zones. One of the varieties of sorghum is "Dzhugara" (white dzhugara), is being used in the diet of the population of Uzbekistan, especially in the Aral Sea zones, due to drought and salt tolerance, this product is the main type of grain in the diet of the indigenous population. In the scientific literature there are numerous studies devoted to the use of sorghum only as a fodder crop, and there are no studies devoted to the use of this product in dietetics and the study of the biological value of local varieties in Uzbekistan. The author conducted studies to study the amino acid composition of sorghum grain of the "Dzhugara" variety and showed its preventive and dietary properties due to the high content of essential amino acids methionine in the amount of 9.051139 ± 0.0234 mg / gm and leucine in the amount of 6.8521 ± 0.0245 mg / gm, the so-called lipotropic substances, which are necessary especially for diabetes mellitus, chronic liver disease, obesity and metabolic syndrome. Keywords Amino acid, Ash, Biological, Dietary, Dzhugara, Diseases, Grain, Moisture, Porridge, Protein, Sorghum 1. Introduction Sorghum (Dzhugara-lat. Sorghum) is a genus of annual and perennial herbaceous plants of the Cereals or Poaceae family. Sorghum seeds have been a valuable staple food in warm climatic zones for several thousand years. Whole grains are eaten boiled like rice or fried like popcorn. If you grind it to cereals or flour, then you can prepare baked goods, porridge and flour dishes. Includes about 30 species that grow in Asia, Africa, South and North America, Europe and Australia. A number of sorghum species are grown as a cultivated plant - grain, industrial and fodder. Thanks to breeding processes, today there are hybrid varieties that are very productive and have large grains. They grow low and ripen evenly, this of which is "Dzhugara" (white dzhugara), used in the diet of the population of Uzbekistan, especially in the Aral Sea zones, due to drought and salt tolerance, this product is the main type of grain in the diet of the indigenous population. In the scientific literature there are numerous studies devoted to the use of sorghum only as a fodder crop [1-6] and there are no studies devoted to the use of this product in dietetics and the study of the biological value of local varieties. * Corresponding author: n.shamuratova@list.ru (N. Sh. Shamuratova) Received: Mar. 2, 2021; Accepted: Mar. 25, 2021; Published: Mar. 28, 2021 Published online at https://www.eduzhai.net The aim of the study was to assess the amino acid composition of local varieties of "Dzhugara" and its biological value. Research methods. Each seed sample was taken in separate parts from different parts of the sample in 3-4 doses. 2. Materials and Methods The selected seeds were carefully crushed in a mortar, then transferred into pre-dried and weighed weighing bottles and, covered with lids, were weighed on an analytical balance. Drying of seed samples was carried out in a drying cabinet at 100-105°C for 4 hours. After the specified time had elapsed, the weighing bottles were quickly removed from the cabinet, covered with lids, and placed in a desiccator for 10-15 minutes. The cooled and weighed weighing bottles were again placed in a drying oven for 30 min, then removed, cooled and weighed. This was repeated until constant weight was reached. Constant weight was considered achieved when the difference between weighings did not exceed 0.001 g. The moisture content of seeds in% (X) was calculated by the formula: Х  (Р1  Р2 ) 100 Р where P1- is the weight of seeds in gm before drying; 262 Sh. Ya. Zokirxodjaev et al.: Biological and Dietary Value of Sorgo (Jugara) Grain Products by Amino Acid Composition in Certain Diseases P2 - weight of seeds in gm after drying; P- is the weight of seeds, in gm. The average of two parallel determinations was taken as the final result. Discrepancies between parallel determinations did not exceed 0.3%. The ash content was determined by burning a sample in a muffle at a temperature of 600-800°C, for 2-3 hours, until the presence of organic substances in the ash, in the form of black particles, disappeared (31). The ash content was determined by the difference between the crucible weight before and after calcining in a muffle, expressed as a percentage of the initial sample, according to the formula: Z = M1 - M2 × 100 / H, where M1 - weight of the crucible with a sample before drying, gm. M2 - weight of the crucible with a sample after drying, gm. H - weight of the sample, gm. Determination of the protein content in seeds was carried out by the standard method [1]. The work used a coffee grinder, analytical balance (0.0001), filter paper, conical funnel, FEC, sodium hydroxide, Signet salt, Nessler's reagent, distilled water, concentrated sulfuric acid, concentrated hydrogen peroxide. To determine the protein content in the isolated fractions, an aliquot of them was taken into a heat-resistant flask (from 5 to 10 ml). Concentrated sulfuric acid H2SO4 (p 1.84 g / cm3) was poured into heat-resistant flasks, to a sampled sample or to an aliquot of the fraction taken. The flasks were placed in a sand bath, setting the temperature to 400°C. At the same time, it is necessary to avoid violent boiling. Distilled water was carefully poured into cooled flasks along the walls and quantitatively transferred into a volumetric flask with a capacity of 50 ml. After cooling, the volume in the flasks was brought to the mark and mixed thoroughly. From a volumetric flask, after mineralization, to determine the protein content by nitrogen, an aliquot was taken, depending on the expected protein content. At a high nitrogen content in the samples, dilution was carried out. To the selected aliquot, up to half the volume of distilled water was added. Then the solution was neutralized. And added 1 ml of Nessler's reagent. The solutions in the flasks were brought to the mark with water and mixed thoroughly. In this case, the solutions should be completely transparent. 15 minutes after painting, the solutions were colorimetric on an electro-photocolorimeter KFK-3 [1]. Protein extraction was carried out on a magnetic stirrer with 0.2H sodium hydroxide in a ratio of 1:10. Cell debris was removed by centrifugation in a RS-6 refrigerated centrifuge within 30 minutes at 6000 rpm the obtained transparent supernatant (supernatant solution) was precipitated with ammonium sulfate with stirring on a magnetic stirrer. The resulting extract was left in the refrigerator for 16 hours to form the protein. Then the extract was centrifuged at 6000 rpm for 30 min in a refrigerated centrifuge. The resulting precipitate was collected and dissolved in a minimum volume of 0.2 H sodium hydroxide. Dialysis (desalting) of the obtained protein solutions was carried out in running water for 24 hours in cellophane bags in glass containers. The property of cellophane bags for dialysis differs in that the cellophane bags soaked in water for two hours have the property of passing substances with a molecular weight of less than 10 000 Da. The protein solutions desalted after dialysis were lyophilized at a temperature of -35°C and a high vacuum created by a vacuum pump. In a colorocryostat (a freezer containing ethyl alcohol cooled to -35°C) in round-bottom flasks (0.5 ml) with thin section No. 29, protein solutions were frozen in an even layer, then placed on a freeze dryer "INEY". Drying takes place within 6-8 hours. The synthesis of FTC (phenylthiocarbomail) derivatives of free amino acids was carried out according to the method of Steven A., Cohen Daviel [10]. 3. Result and Discussion The identification of FTK - amino acids was carried out on an Agilent Technologies 1200 chromatograph on a 75x4.6 mm Discovery HS C18 column. Solution A: 0.14M CH3COONa + 0.05% TEA pH 6.4, B: CH3CN. Flow rate 1.2 ml / min, absorption 269nm. Gradient% V / min: 1-6% / 0-2.5min; 6-30% / 2.51-40min; 30-60% / 40.1-45min; 60-60% / 45.1-50min; 60-0% / 50.1-55min. Research results. The data of the physical and chemical composition of the grain "Dzhugara" are presented in tables 1,2,3. Specialists of agricultural scientific departments of foreign countries [5,6] studied the nutritional value, amino acid composition and content of vitamins in fodder crops [1,2]. According to the data, the carbohydrate content is about 60-75%. Proteins make up 8-13% and fats 3-6%. Consequently, the protein content in the grain of "Dzhugara" is on average 8.56 ± 0.05 grams per 100 grams (table 3). The obtained data of the amino acid composition of the grain of "Dzhugara" are presented in table 4. Table 1. Moisture content of grain "Dzhugara" No.of the bottle Experiment 1 Experiment 2 Experiment 3 Weight of the bottle, gm 13,9923 16,3697 13,9924 Weight of the weighing bottle with the initial sample, gm 15,8640 19,1381 15,8647 Sample, gm 1,8717 2,7684 1,8716 Weighing results after drying 15,6287±0,221 18,7899±0,312 15,6288 Dry matter,% 12,57±0,21 12,57±0,23 12,60±0,24 Average value,% 12,57±0,03 American Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 2021, 11(3): 261-264 263 Crucible No. Experiment 1 Experiment 2 Experiment 3 Crucible weight, gm 16,8819 16,9278 17,0817 Table 2. Ash content of grain "Dzhugara" Crucible weight with initial sample, gm 19,5086 19,9604 19,1838 Weight, gm 2,6267 3,0326 2,1021 Weighing results after shrinkage, gm 16,9149±0,231 16,9700±0,234 17,1144±0,243 Ash weight, gm 1,25±0,02 1,39±0,02 1,55±0,03 Average value, % 1,39±0,15 Sample Experiment 1 Experiment 2 Experiment 3 Table 3. Total protein content in the grain of "Dzhugara" Weighing, gm 0,9093 0,9832 0,4520 Aliquots, ml 0,5 0,3 0,2 FEK 400 nm 0,479±0,021 0,411±0,012 0,121±0,002 Protein, * % 8,79±0,02 8,49±0,012 8,42±0,02 Average value,% 8,56±0,05 Table 4. Amino acid composition of "Dzhugara" grain, in mg / gm protein Amino acids Aspartic acid Glutamic acid Series Glycine Asparagine Glutamine Cysteine Threonine Arginine Alanine Proline Tyrosine Valine Methionine Isoleucine Leucine Histidine Tryptophan Phenylalanine Lysine НС1 Total Dzhugara grain Concentration mg / gm 4,270186±0,0211 14,7823±0,03021 1,870174±0,0022 4,235944±0,0123 0 0 17,5236±0,1342 3,178958±0,0143 7,968174±0,0223 5,139898±0,0125 4,048639±0,0133 1,717233±0,0023 5,206096±0,0034 9,051139±0,0234 3,07016±0,0112 6 , 8 5 2 1 ±0,0245 3,466842±0,0122 0 2,52847±0,0021 2,485776±0,0013 97,40172±0,2352 The highest concentration of amino acids is glutamic acid in the amount of 14.7823 ± 0.03021 mg / gm of protein in grain. By acting and stimulating the nervous system, glutamic acid qualitatively affects the metabolism. In addition, without its participation, the synthesis of other amino acids is impossible, so we can say that most of the cells in our body are somehow built with the participation of glutamic acid. It is also noticed that glutamine is able to increase the secretion of growth hormones, which is especially important for adolescent children. Glutamic acid plays an important role in the metabolism of nitrogen-containing biochemicals. It is also a neurotransmitter amino acid, an important member of the excitatory amino acid class. The binding of glutamic acid to specific receptors of neurons leads to their excitation. The greatest value for the body is the high content of essential amino acids methionine in the amount of 9.051139 ± 0.0234 and leucine in the amount of 6.8521 ± 0.0245 mg / gm, the so-called lipotropic substances. Methionine plays an important role in the normalization of methylation and transmethylation processes in the body. Methionine methyl groups are used for the synthesis of choline, a substance with a high biological value, which is the most powerful lipotropic agent. It affects the metabolism of fats and phospholipids in the liver and plays an important role in the prevention and treatment of chronic hepatitis, fatty degeneration, liver cirrhosis and atherosclerosis. These lipotropic amino acids are involved in the restoration of phospholipid membranes of hepatocytes and have a hepatoprotective effect in chronic liver diseases. The relationship between methionine and the exchange of vitamin B12 and folic acid has been established; the latter stimulate the separation of methyl groups of methionine, providing the synthesis of choline in the body, which is very important for the normalization of lipid metabolism in chronic liver disease, obesity and metabolic syndrome [7-9]. Methionine is also essential for adrenal function and is essential for the synthesis of adrenaline. Leucine is a biologically active substance that stimulates the formation of insulin in the beta cells of the pancreas, supports the normal functioning of the kidneys and thyroid gland. The high concentration of the amino acid cysteine in the amount of 17.5236 ± 0.1342 mg / g of protein in the grain of "Dzhugara" indicates its prophylactic effect in diabetes. Cysteine plays a key role in the formation of insulin and immunoglobulins (antibodies). Cysteine is a part of proteins and peptides, plays an important role in the formation of skin tissues. Cysteine is involved in the synthesis of taurine in animal tissues. Taurine is essential for the synthesis of paired bile acids in the liver, which is indispensable in the dietary therapy of liver failure. The amino acid arginine in the amount of 7.968174 ± 0.0223 mg / g of protein indicates the importance of the "Dzhugara" grain in stimulating the 264 Sh. Ya. Zokirxodjaev et al.: Biological and Dietary Value of Sorgo (Jugara) Grain Products by Amino Acid Composition in Certain Diseases release of growth hormone, which, in turn, affects the rejuvenation of the whole body, reduces the amount of subcutaneous fat, and increases anabolism. Arginine is a nitric oxide donor, the discovery of these biological effects was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine. With such diseases as cachexia, glomerulonephritis, chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver, where the content of total protein and amino acids is required, the appointment of sorghum is targeted in the diet therapy of the above diseases. REFERENCES [1] Astashov, A. N. Sorghum as a component of compound feed for broiler chickens / A. N. Astashov, S. I. Kononenko, I. S. Kononenko // Corn and sorghum. - 2009. - No. 5. - S. 13-14. [2] Kononenko, S. I. Sorghum for broilers / Kononenko S. I., Kononenko I. S. // Agrobusiness. - 2010. - No. 2 (3). - S. 42-43. Notes 1. Grain sorghum of the "Dzhugary" variety used in the nutrition of the local population of Uzbekistan has a high-value protein content in the amount of 8.56 ± 0.05 grams per 100 grams of grain. 2. The results of the study of the amino acid composition of sorghum grain of the "Dzhugary" variety shows its preventive and dietary properties due to the high content of essential amino acids methionine in the amount of 9.051139 ± 0.0234 and leucine in the amount of 6.8521 ± 0.0245 mg / gm, the so-called lipotropic substances, especially in diabetes mellitus, chronic liver disease, obesity and metabolic syndrome. 3. The high concentration of cysteine amino acids in the amount of 17.5236 ± 0.1342 mg / gm of protein in the grain of "Dzhugara" indicates its effect in the prevention of diabetes. Cysteine plays a key role in the formation of insulin and immunoglobulins (antibodies). 4. 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In the book: Methods of biochemical research of plants M. p. 430. Copyright © 2021 The Author(s). Published by Scientific & Academic Publishing This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution International License (CC BY). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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