Review Article
Previous Processing – Sure Way for Promotion of Microbiological Safety of Germinated Broad Bean Seeds
Gurbanov NH*, Gadimova NS, Akhundova NА, Mageramova MH and Gurbanova RI
Corresponding Author: Gurbanov NH, Assistant Professor, Department of Food Products Technology, Azerbaijan State University of Economics (UNEC), AZ-1134, Baku City, 4th District, Asi Maharramov Street 68, Apartment 86, Baku, Azerbaijan
Received: August 22, 2019; Accepted: September 11, 2019 Available Online: October 29, 2019
Citation: Gurbanov NH, Gadimova NS, Akhundova NА, Mageramova MH & Gurbanova RI. (2020) Previous Processing – Sure Way for Promotion of Microbiological Safety of Germinated Broad Bean Seeds. J Agric Forest Meteorol Res, 3(3): 346-349.
Copyrights: ©2020 Gurbanov NH, Gadimova NS, Akhundova NА, Mageramova MH & Gurbanova RI. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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The microbiological contamination of broad beans seeds in the process of germination in husked and natural form was studied. It was shown that preliminary short-term hydrothermal treatment and removal of the fruit coat of broad bean seeds provides an increase in the dynamics of their germination and microbiological stability in the process of germination. Therefore, this method of germination of broad bean seeds can be recommended for practical use.

 

Keywords: Broad bean seeds, Germination in peeled form, Microbiological indices

 

INTRODUCTION

Germinated cereal products, such as natural are being used in health-improving diets [1-3]. Research conducted last years in this direction for the inventions of the products of functional purpose have obtained huge scales [4-9].

Based on it, our research with broad bean seeds, which are called “pakhla” in the folklore like traditional protein-bearing raw material, widely used in cooking, in order to get germinated composition and food products from its, deserves attention [10-14].

Proposed modified method by us of deriving the germinated broad bean seeds, in our view, replies above indicated specifications, makes impossible promotion of the level of microbial contamination of the germinated production. As in the process of germination of the latter twice – at the start of preparation of the seeds and their preliminary soaking results in significant decrease of microbiological filth of the raw material, due to smooth regulation of the preliminary short hydrothermal treatment for removing the most infected details of the beans – seed membranes. With that, the process of preparations of the germinated samples, promotion of their appearance and improvement of nutritive value of the ready production increases.

Thus, in order to decrease the microbial contamination of germinated seeds of broad beans and the time of its germination, increase the activity of endoenzymes, increase the receiver of the germinant in a developed process, short-lived special wet-heat treatment and removing bran covering, before soaking the raw material, was applied. After that the peeled seeds (seed lobe) were soaked in drinkable municipal water at the temperature of 20° ± 4°С (hydro modulus composed 1:10) during 21 h, then were germinated during 72 h. Every 12 h the amounts of the germinated seeds to their total number were written down (Figure 1).

 Traditional method (natural unpeeled seeds) - Suggested method (peeled seeds)

It should be noticed, that in the process of germination of peeled bean samples by suggested method, they produce double sprouts (Figure 2). However, at natural unpeeled samples it is hardly in evidence, in other words they possess single sprouts. Besides, the process of germination happens much more slowly in comparison to traditional way of germination.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

 

The results of research alternations of morphological factors and appearance of the seeds in the process of germination are shown in the Table 1.

As seen from Table 1 and Figure 1, preproduction and removal bran covering from bean seeds, at the time as improvement of appearance of sprouts increase the dynamic of their germination. The microbial contamination of broad bean seeds, germinated by traditional and suggested way, was determined by well-knowing methods [15-17].

 

The determination of alternation results of microbiological factors of broad bean seeds in the process of germination is available in the Table 2. As seen as from the factors in the Table 2, natural seeds in the process of preparation for germination possess twice as large contamination, than the seeds removed from bran covering by applying preliminary wet-heat treatment. An analogous scene is observable in the ready germinated samples.

Taking into account the high-quality and quantitative factors of germinated broad bean seeds by suggested technology and perspective of their usage for deriving functional nutritional products, it is considered to be desirable the additional research of the condition of microbial contamination of germinated samples in the process of storage. Being that, given type of the production in spite of popularity, possess short term of storage.

According to the information shown in the Table 2, the appliance of suggested technology of broad bean seeds germination by usage of peeled seed lobes under soaking, stipulates their reduction of contamination about 2 h, which further reflects the deplumation security layer of germinated germinant, which composes about 2.5 ×·106 (of CFU/g), which is close to the ratio for ready production (5.0 ×·105 CFU/g for cereals). All of this confirms practicability of broad bean seeds germination after their husking via use of short-time wet-heat treatment.

For this reason, in order to increase the drawdown period of germinant (including seed lobe) made from broad bean seeds and for prevention of their recontamination with microorganisms, germinated samples after well washing were dried on the air, kept in polythene bag weighing of 100-150 g in the refrigerator at +6°С till 5 days. Researches have shown that, safety preservation of germinated seeds in polythene bags is provided maximum till 4 days, as after 5 days of their preservation in the bags the bacterial load growths above accepted level of safety [18].

The research allow to draw the conclusion that, the usage of directed regime of bean seeds germination in peeled form allows not only to speed up the time for germination, but also to derive seed mass with the least microbial contamination.

СONCLUSION

1.       Short-term moisture-thermal treatment of broad bean seeds with the aim of peeling and reducing anti-nutritional factors in them, provides a simultaneous improvement in seed yield and their microbiological parameters during germination.

 

2.       Removing the fruit coat of broad bean seeds by means of thermal treatment approximately halves the microbiological contamination of the original seeds.

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