Scientific Name : Sesamum Indicum L.
Synonyms : Sesamum Orientale L., Sesamum Moench
Other Names in English :
Family : Pedaliaceae

General Data

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It is a plant from the genus Snapdragonto and genus Pedaliaceae, an annual plant whose plant height is 60-150 centimeters. The leaves have petiole, ovate, slender, and pointed. The flowers are white or red and appear singly next to the leaves at the end of the stem. The fruit is like a capsule that contains about two hundred sesame seeds with different colors of white, black, brown and similar to flaxseed, but smaller than that. The main homeland of this plant is India, but its different cultivars are planted in Iran and other parts of the world.

Chemical Constituents

The seeds yield about 50% fixed oil, 22-25% proteins and upto 8% mucilage. The oil, a pale yellow odourless and tasteless liquid, consists of 45% oleic, 40% linoleic, 10% palmitic, 4% stearic and traces of arachidic and myristic acid glycerides. Also present in the oil is a phenol, sesamol, produced by the hydrolysis of a lignan, sesamolin.

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