Biochemical composition of H.dilatata and L.ceranoides from Indian coast, Tamil Nadu
H.dilatata and L.ceranoides, Biochemicals, Applications
Red algae, or Rhodophyta, are the largest class of seaweeds, with around 6000 different species. Because of this, there is conjecture that they may contain medicinal compounds. The two most significant and often utilized sulfated polysaccharides found in red algae are agar and carrageenans. Seaweed biomass has the potential to develop into a substantial supply of raw materials for the bio based sector. This paper helps to evaluate the biochemical compositions of the seaweeds L.cranoides and H.dilapidated, including their lipid, protein, and carbohydrate levels. Dietary fiber and carbohydrates were found in significant concentrations in H.dilatata L. cranoides has a greater protein content. The lipid content of H.dilatata is high. This study focused on the role that seaweeds chemical composition plays in their use as food and significant medicinal products.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 7

Page(s): 89 - 94
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