PLOMYK HYBRID CURED IN IRRIGATED AND NON IRIGATED SYSTEM - POP CORN CONSUMPTION AND THE IMPORTANCE OF AMINO ACIDS EXISTING

Authors

  • ŞTEFANIA ELIZA TĂNASIE
  • IONEL CRISTINEL OBRETIN
  • AIDA PATRICIA SĂRĂCIN

Abstract

This paper describes the importance of protein knowledge used by the body, many  researchers, scientists, geneticists, physiologists, ameliorators have made numerous studies on  completing the necessary of amino acids taken from vegetable products in order to maintain the  balance of amino acids, vital for the harmonious and healthy development of the body.The importance of capitalization of corn grains Pop Corn PLOMYK and their commercialization, led to detailed research of the content of amino acids at corn hybrid Plomyk. Taking into account the genetic dowry of that hybrid, in the two systems irrigated and not irrigated the quantity and quality of amino acids and essential amino acids and their connection in the two systems.

As in proteins can be found 23 different amino acids which plays important role in obtaining qualitative production at corn grains, it will be imposed getting more significant results, to improve their quality: protein substances.

The content in amino acids presents values that are superior depending on the culture system in favor of the irrigated one, being observed low levels of the amino acids in the hybrid Plomyk. The main protein of the corn grain will be characterized by an increased content of glutaic acid obtained in both systems, on second place being leucine. It is also recommended the cultivation of this hybrid with a shorter period of vegetation because are richer in protein substances than late hybrids.

Published

2019-02-27

Issue

Section

Working Group 3: Fundamentally Disciplines and Environment and Plant Management