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Comparison in the physicochemical properties of Buffaloes milk collected from industrial and non-industrial areas of District Jamshoro Sindh

By: Abdul Waheed Ghanghro, Naseem Aslam Channa, Ibtessam Tahir Ansari, Mumtaz Ali Sahito

Key Words: Milk, physicochemical parameters, industrial area, non-industrial area.

Int. J. Biosci. 16(2), 1-6, February 2020.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12692/ijb/16.2.1-6

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Abstract

Milk is one of the most important parts of our diet since it contains all the significant supplements. Milk quality is important parameter for both milk consumers and dairy products. Present study was conducted to compare some the physicochemical properties of buffaloes milk collected from industrial and non-industrial areas of District Jamshoro Sindh. A total of 50 buffaloes milk (BM) samples were obtained from two different sites (n=25) from industrial and (n=25) from the non-industrial areas of Jamshoro. The physicochemical properties such as pH, specific gravity, acidity%, moisture content, total solids (TS), solid-not-fat (SNF), total fat (TF), lactose, total proteins (TP), casein protein and whey proteins were determined in collected milk samples as per reported methods. The conducted research showed that the BM collected from non-industrial areas of Jamshoro had higher level of pH, specific gravity, acidity%, TS, SNF, TF, lactose content, total proteins, casein proteins, whey proteins and low level of moisture content compared to BM collected from industrial areas of Jamshoro. Furthermore it was observed that non-industrial areas buffaloes had significantly higher milk yield (per/day) compared to non-industrial areas buffaloes. A significant correlation was found between the different physicochemical parameters of BM milk collected from both areas. It is concluded that buffaloes milk collected from industrial and non-industrial areas showed the great variation in physicochemical parameters, which may effect on the nutritional and health benefits of milk consumers.

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Comparison in the physicochemical properties of Buffaloes milk collected from industrial and non-industrial areas of District Jamshoro Sindh

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Abdul Waheed Ghanghro, Naseem Aslam Channa, Ibtessam Tahir Ansari, Mumtaz Ali Sahito.
Comparison in the physicochemical properties of Buffaloes milk collected from industrial and non-industrial areas of District Jamshoro Sindh.
Int. J. Biosci. 16(2), 1-6, February 2020.
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