[ Links ], ZERBINI, E. et al. Animal Feed Science and Technology , 153(3):161-168, 2009. Table 6: Kinetic parameters and in vitr (2012) verified NDF of 54.9 and 52.8% for forage sorghum cultivar BRS 610 and BRS 655, respectively, which were higher than results observed during the present study. Table 5: Protein fractionation (g 100 g-1 CP) on silages of different purpose sorghum cultivars.Â. Proteolysis during ensilage of forages varying in soluble sugar content. Review articles are excluded from this waiver policy. Then, the oven-dried samples were again incinerated at 600°C for 3 h in a muffle furnace. [ Links ], SANTOS, R. D. D. et al. After the flasks were sealed, the gas present inside was released with a needle, and the time until gas pressure equalization occurred was computed. Feed containing NPN is critical to the proper functioning of the rumen as ammonia serves as a source of N for structural carbohydrates fermenting microorganisms. Our finding found fat content varied from 2.481 to 4.596% which is in line with reports of [20, 21], and others reported that fat content ranged from 3.44 to 4.90 and 1.38 to 4.50. The soil in the experimental area was a typical eutrophic red ultisol. We will be providing unlimited waivers of publication charges for accepted research articles as well as case reports and case series related to COVID-19. Special thanks go to Dr. Gashawbeza Ayalew for his effort in enriching this study while preparing the full write-up of the manuscript. 15. ed. nitric acid (HNO3) and 1 ml conc. Zhao, P. Che, K. Glassman, and M. Albertsen, “Nutritionally enhanced sorghum for the arid and semiarid tropical areas of Africa,” in, M. H. Dicko, H. Gruppen, A. S. Traoré, A. G. Voragen, and W. J. van Berkel, “Sorghum grain as human food in Africa: relevance of content of starch and amylase activities,”, S. V. Kumar, V. Sajeevkumar, J. George, and S. 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Lysionek, R. A. Caro, R. Weill, and J. R. Boccio, “The role of zinc in the growth and development of children,”, I. A 0.5 m border was reserved around the entire perimeter of the study plot, reducing the usable area to two central rows, each of them 4 m in length. Full Length Research Paper. Orrico Junior et al. Tannin was determined by using vanillin-HCL assay methods using a UV spectrophotometer [9] as modified by [10] cereal chemistry. Grass and Forage Science, 64(4):384-394, 2009. 476p. in vitro Journal of Animal Science. Abstract Malted sorghum-soy composite flour was developed the non-malted (day 0). Sorghum grain is known for its hardness compared to other food grains. 0 mg cholesterol. Animal Sciences, 4(2):123-129, 2012. Nutrition Facts. Â. CV: Coefficient of variation. The results were subjected to analysis of variance (ANOVA) technique by using the completely randomized design (CRD) method, and all pair-wise comparison tests were used for mean comparison, whereas the least significant difference [11] test was used for mean separation technique at . Nutritional Value of Sorghum The proximate composition and nutritional aspects of grain sorghum have been extensively reviewed by Hulse et al. Tannin is the most abundant antinutritional factor in sorghum [34]. NUTRIENT BALANCE INDICATOR™ This symbol offers a visual representation of a food's nutritional strengths and weaknesses, with each spoke representing a different nutrient. The detectable tannin content of the varieties varied from 1.366 to 3337.2 mg/100 g. Besides the chemical composition, digestibility is a key parameter in the evaluation of forage quality. Amongst the B vitamins, concentrations of thiamine, riboflavin and niacin in sorghum were comparable to those in maize. Zerbini et al. [ Links ], MALAFAIA, P. A. M. et al. The facilities available in the food science lab of the Melkassa center of EIAR were used. Therefore, the aim of the present study was to profile the nutritional value, antinutritional value, and mineral contents of sorghum varieties grown in different agroecologies of Ethiopia. (2012) reported higher lignin content and lower WSC levels and IVDDM in silages of forage sorghum cultivar CFSH-30 compared to sweet sorghum cultivar CSSH-45, which is similar to the data obtained in the present study. The high NDF content for silage of sweet sorghum cultivars BRS 506 and CMSXS 647 in the first crop (Table 2) was probably because of the higher DM loss within the silo owing to high ethanol and butyric acid production. ), barley and field beans (Vicia faba L.). Gomes et al. Journal of Dairy Science, 81(2):444-453, 1998. Sorghum is a crop that stands out as an alternative to corn due to lower soil fertility demand and increased tolerance to drought. Studies on ruminal saliva. (2015) evaluated the chemical composition of sweet sorghum cultivars and observed panicle proportions of 11.5% due to its physiology, while Kaiser et al. Economic evaluation of using surge valves in furrow irrigation of row crops in Louisiana: a … Nutritive value of different silage sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) cultivars. Silages of grain sorghum cultivars BRS 308 and BRS 310 presented lower levels of iNDF than did the forage and sweet cultivars BRS 506 and CMSXS 647 in the first crop, possibly due to the higher proportion of panicles and consumption of carbohydrate soluble fraction observed in the sweet sorghum cultivars. Seo et al. We assure that the data availability is a must and all the results are available. The flasks were maintained in a water bath at 39 °C. Animal Feed Science and Technology . In: FORBES, J. M.; FRANCE, J. Sorghum-forage. It is consumed mostly in northern China, India, and southern Russia, where about 85% of the crops are consumed directly as human food [2]. This fraction is represented by protein bound to the cell wall, with slow rates of degradation, and is mainly digested in the intestines (Sniffen; O’Connor; Van Soest, 1992). 76(9):1063-1073, 1993. Here is a table of search results for sorghum; Food Name: Add to Tracking Add to Compare Create Recipe Add to My Foods. (2009) observed yield loss lower than 50% in the first crop and higher than 50% in the second crop, which was due to water deficiency during the grain filling phase. In: Alternative field crops manual. Harvesting was performed when the plants showed grain at the hard dough stage, which was at 95 DAE for grain sorghum cultivars and 105 DAE for cultivars of forage and sweet sorghum. The varieties with a higher amount of crude fiber might not be good for food consumption because it binds minerals, making them unavailable for absorption [24], and this binding could produce essential mineral imbalance and deficiency. Due to micronutrient deficiency in food, interventions are targeting on iron and zinc deficiencies including dietary variation, food supplementation, (bio)fortification, and improvement in bioaccessibility and bioavailability. Studies have demonstrated that corn production at second crop presents higher problems with grain filling and yield compared to the first crop (Farinelli et al., 2003; Heinemann et al., 2009). Box 2003, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Z.-Y. Two incubations were performed based on the methodology described by Pell and Schofield (1993). The rumen fluid was collected from two rumen-cannulated cows that were fed with corn silage plus concentrate in a proportion of 60:40. The observed value of carbohydrate ranged from 67.558 to 76.413%. 1990. p.415-423. C. Seo, and H. I. Effects of aqueous soaking on the phytate and mineral contents and phytate:mineral ratios of wholegrain normal sorghum and maize and low phytate sorghum. The test was performed by the Kjeldahl method of [6]. Sorghum is indeed a gluten free grain, safe for consumption for those with sensitivities [5]. A 1-tablespoon serving of sorghum syrup contains 0.321 milligrams of manganese. In these regions, sorghum and pearl millet are major sources of calories and micronutrients. Huhtanen, Nousiainen and Rinne (2006) reported that lignin is related to the iNDF and its content can be estimated by a conversion factor (2.4 × lignin content). The highest protein content was obtained from varieties of Miskir (16.46%) followed by Muyra-2 (16.180%) and ESH-4 (16.178%), whereas the lowest was from Gambella-1107 (8.42%) and Jiru (8.20%). Four (4) grams of well-homogenized sorghum flour was measured and put into a clean crucible of predetermined weight. Samples were digested until pure colorless solution was observed. In this study, important micronutrient mineral contents were investigated including phosphorus (P), magnesium (Mg), potassium (K), and sodium (Na). where is the weight of the cap and fresh sample, is the weight of the dry sample and cap, and is the sample weight. Phosphorus was determined by UV-visible spectrophotometric method. Then, the sample was allowed to wait for 20 minutes to complete the reaction, and then, the absorbance of the colored intensity of the sample was measured using a UV-visible spectrophotometer at 500 nm. II. 35(1):13-19, 2013. The filtrate was dried in an oven at 100°C until a constant weight was obtained (). Sorghum and pearl millet are staple foods for about 200 million people residing in dryland tropics of south Asia and Africa. Subsequently, McDougall buffer solution (McDougall, 1949) was added to the flasks; the solution had been previously adjusted to a pH of 6.9 by flushing with CO2 without oxygen. Proximate composition values such as moisture, ash, crude fat, crude fiber, crude protein, and CHO varied from 9.66 to 12.94, 1.12 to 2.29, 2.48 to 4.60, 2.17 to 8.59, 8.20 to 16.48, and 67.56 to 76.42, respectively. B. et al. Varieties of sorghum have their nutritional quality. Forage sorghum cultivar BRS 655 demonstrated higher non-fiber carbohydrate content and lower potentially digestible fibre content than the other cultivars did. Sodium (Na) concentration varied from 2.229 to 6.151 mg/100 g, and the highest concentration was found from Abshir. Two grams (2 g) of well-homogenized sorghum flour samples was transferred to the dried and weighted dishes. The spacing between lines was 0.60 m, with density of 180,000 plants ha-1 for grain sorghum cultivars, and 120,000 plants ha-1 for cultivars of forage and sweet sorghum. Sweet sorghum has a high content of water soluble carbohydrates (WSC), resulting in forage with a high energy content (Kaiser et al., 2004). Development of sorghum-wheat composite bread and evaluation of nutritional, physical and sensory acceptability. Biochemical Journal. Fractionation of carbohydrates and protein allows the formulation of appropriate diets, enabling maximum efficiency of energy and nitrogen use, both by microorganisms and by the animal (Sniffen; O’Connor; Van Soest, 1992). O sorgo é uma cultura que se destaca como alternativa ao milho devido a menor exigência em fertilidade do solo e maior tolerância ao déficit hídrico. The experimental silos were filled manually with enough forage to obtain a density of 550 kg m-3, with approximately 1.375 kg of green mass per silo. In the present study, thirty-five sorghum varieties released by the national sorghum improvement programme were used and evaluated for their proximate compositions, tannin, and mineral nutrient. Masresha Minuye Tasie, Belay Gezahegn Gebreyes, "Characterization of Nutritional, Antinutritional, and Mineral Contents of Thirty-Five Sorghum Varieties Grown in Ethiopia", International Journal of Food Science, vol. Sign up here as a reviewer to help fast-track new submissions. Agricultural and Food Science, 15(3):293-323, 2006. (2009) tested the silage nutritional value of different purpose sorghum and observed higher lignin content in grain sorghum cultivars AG1809 than in sweet sorghum AG200, which can promote lower digestibility. Nutritional Value of Sorghum Sorghum is loaded with nutrients, vitamins such as riboflavin, niacin, and thiamin, high amount of magnesium, copper, iron, phosphorous, calcium, and potassium. In this study, the researchers recommend that low-income communities better use those selected varieties of sorghum to prevent the prevalence of childhood undernutrition since economic and contextual factors are strong determinants of child nutritional status [58–60]. A net carbohydrate and protein system for evaluation cattle diets. Five days after seeding, seedlings showed uniform emergence and 25 days after emergence (DAE), nitrogen fertilizer was applied at approximately 60 kg ha-1 N using urea. Therefore, forage sorghum cultivar BRS 655 is the most recommended cultivar for silage production. 2016. Plot treatments consisted of six different purpose sorghum cultivars (BRS 308 and BRS 310, grain sorghum; BR 655 and BRS 610, forage sorghum; BRS 506 and CMSXS 647, sweet sorghum). Half a cup of uncooked sorghum (96 grams) provides : Calories: 316; Protein: 10 grams; Fat: 3 grams; Carbohydrates: 69 grams… Samples of this study were cleaned manually from dust particles, damaged seeds, and strange materials. O delineamento experimental utilizado foi em blocos casualizados, com os tratamentos dispostos em esquema de parcela subdividida, com quatro repetições. Sorghum is approximately 10% protein, and is a rich source of the B-group vitamins. Animal Feed Science and Technology , 57(4):347-358, 1996. This is in accordance with reports of [22, 31, 50] but higher than the report of [41, 51]. The majority of Asian and African people consume sorghum as a whole grain. Sorghum. In our investigation, we found that varieties of sorghum had shown differences in all tested parameters. The sample-containing thimble was plugged with fat-free absorbent cotton wool. Different researchers reported variable values of ash for sorghum varieties tested: 1.30 to 3.40 [15], 0.77 to 1.39 [16], 1.43 to 1.92% [17], and 1.51 to 2.06% [18]. Assessing the nutritional value of sorghum varieties would have a direct impact on the improvement of sorghum for quality breeding and for food product development. As silagens de sorgo sacarino e de sorgo forrageiro BRS 655 apresentam maior valor nutritivo. [ Links ], DAVIES, D. R. et al. British Journal of Nutrition 43: 325 – 340 23(11):1455-1461, 2010. Journal of Animal Science . 4.9 grams sugar. journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 28 : 824 – 829 Reichert , R.D. Termos de indexação: Fracionamento de carboidratos e proteína; composição bromatológica; ensilagem; produção de gás in vitro. (7) The Gross Food Energy. Journal of Production Agriculture (1988–1999) Soil Horizons (1960–2015) ... crop nutrition, and cropping systems: Research for Mediterranean dryland agriculture, Agronomy Journal, 10.1002/agj2.20374, 112, 5, (3350-3360), (2020). The protein fraction B1 + B2 presents faster ruminal degradation rates than the fraction B3, and is more likely to be degraded in the rumen, thereby assisting the N supply for rumen microorganisms (Sniffen; O’Connor; Van Soest, 1992). Sweet sorghum cultivars had higher levels of water soluble carbohydrates and non-protein nitrogen based on protein, lower indigestible neutral detergent fibre content at second crop, and higher in vitro dry matter digestibility than the other cultivars. Composition and in vitro gas production of whole stems and cell walls of different genotypes of pearl millet and sorghum. Calcium is a mineral necessary to build and maintain strong bones and teeth. Abstract. Amer et al. where is the normality of the acid; is the volume of standard acid used (ml), corrected for the blank (i.e., the sample minus the blank); is the sample weight (g); and 6.25 is the conversion factor for protein from %nitrogen. In contrast, it can be useful in products that require hydration, to improve yield and modify texture and viscosity due to its properties of water and oil holding capacity [25]. However, none of the varieties had no comprehensive nutritional profile data, since the quality of sorghum produced worldwide is affected by biotic and abiotic constraints [5]. R. Jambunathan, U. Singh, and V. Subramanian, M. Nilka de Oliveira, A. Ponte Freitas, A. Urano Carvalho et al., “Nutritive and non-nutritive attributes of washed-up seaweeds from the coast of Ceara, Brazil,”, M. Elleuch, D. Bedigian, O. Roiseux, S. Besbes, C. Blecker, and H. Attia, “Dietary fibre and fibre-rich by-products of food processing: characterisation, technological functionality and commercial applications: a review,”, B. To correct the gas volume from the rumen fluid and the buffer solution, four flasks were incubated without a sample (blank); thus, for each reading time, the gas volume of flasks with the sample was subtracted by the volume of flasks without samples. Topics included on-farm storage, maximizing economic yield through fertility and managing weeds and insects. The lowest concentration of “P” was observed in Melkam varieties (112.554 mg/100 g). Studies were conducted in Melkassa Agricultural Research Center, which is one of the research centers of Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR) found in the Ethiopian Rift Valley, 117 km away from Addis Ababa in the southeast direction located at 8024N and 39012E and an altitude of 1550 meters above sea level. W. Bryden, P. H. Selle, D. J. Cadogan et al., P. N. Okoh, A. T. Obilana, P. C. Njoku, and A. O. Aduku, “Proximate analysis, amino acid composition and tannin content of improved Nigerian sorghum varieties and their potential in poultry feeds,”, R. A. Buffo, C. L. Weller, and A. M. Parkhurst, “Relationships among grain sorghum quality factors,”, R. Jambunathan, “Improvement of the nutritional quality of sorghum and pearl millet,”. Varieties also differed significantly for crude fiber, protein, and carbohydrate with values ranging from 1655 to 8.5865%, 8.201 to 16.476%, and 67.558 to 76.413%, respectively. In the United States, more sorghum is used for biofuel and animal feed than for human consumption, but this percentage is quickly rising with the interest in sorghum as a gluten-free replacement for wheat. The released varieties had different specific qualities such as disease resistance, malt quality, and earliness. Fiber is an important part of carbohydrate; it is a collective name for those that do not readily digest. DM: dry matter; OM: organic matter; CP: crude protein; NDF: neutral detergent fiber. 12.9 grams fiber. Stalks and leaves are coated with a white wax, and the pith, or central portion, of the stalks of certain varieties is juicy and sweet. It is a nutrient-rich grain that is high in soluble fiber and antioxidants and may reduce the risk of diseases such as type 2 diabetes. [7]. The low levels of NDF in the forage of sweet sorghum cultivars BRS 506 and CMSXS 647 in the first crop might be due to the high WSC content in these plants, which are characterized by high content of non-structural carbohydrates that remain in the stem and leaves in the form of soluble sugars. The split-plot treatments comprised two crop periods (first crop and second crop). Among sorghum types are grain, forage, and sweet sorghum, which differ in plant height and nutritional value. Effects of synchronization of carbohydrate and protein supply on ruminal fermentation, nitrogen metabolism and microbial protein synthesis in Holstein steers. Chemical composition and in vitro fermentation characteristics of high sugar forage sorghum as an alternative to forage maize for silage making in Tarim Basin, China. Elseed, Eldaim and Amasaib (2007) reported that the stems of sorghum plants tend to contain lower levels of ash and silica. Besides, the sensory of the food product may not be accepted due to bitterness characteristics. [ Links ], ALBUQUERQUE, C. J. (2) Ash Determination. This research report reveals that both “K” and “P” were recorded in a dominant mineral in sorghum followed by “Mg,” and it has been stated by [56]. Animal Sciences . One of the most prominent micronutrients in sorghum is iron. Association of Official Analytical Chemists - AOAC. “Mg” concentration of this study varied between 207.53 mg/100 g and 62.09 mg/100 g. They found that grain sorghum protein varies from 4.4 to 21.1% with a mean value of 11.4%. where TC is the total carbohydrate, CF is the crude fiber, TF is the total fat, and CP is the crude protein. (2002) evaluated the gas production of sorghum by the in vitro incubation system and observed a positive correlation between soluble sugars and gas production. However, comprehensive information on nutritional, antinutritional, and mineral content has not been generated. However, the researchers recommend that Assossa-1, Abuare, Abshir, Meko-1, Red Swazi, and Birmash varieties of sorghum will be a good source of iron and zinc micronutrient whereas Miskir, Muyra-2, ESH-4, and Karimtams for protein content. In this study, thirty-five Sorghum varieties obtained from the sorghum improvement programme based at the Melkassa center of EIAR were considered. Nutritive value of corn and sorghum silages and its influence on dairy cow performance. The lower levels of fraction B2 observed for silages of grain sorghum cultivars BRS 308 and BRS 310 and forage sorghum cultivar BRS 655 in the first crop might be due to a higher proportion of panicles, with lower NDF content. o digestibility of dry matter.Â. So, the varieties Abshir, ESH-1, Esh-3, Gambela-1170, Macia, Meko-1, Melkam, and Teshale had very low tannin content and might be the best for food product making quality in both sensory attributes and mineral-protein bioavailability. For a Serving Size of 1 cup ( 192 g) The higher the ash value of the varieties, the higher the total mineral content. (2009) observed higher lignin contents and lower IVDDM in silage of grain sorghum cultivars than in sweet sorghum silages. We would like to thank the National Sorghum Research Team of Melkassa Agricultural Research Center for providing quality samples of sorghum varieties with detailed information of each variety. Pearson correlations of proximate compositions of sorghum. 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