2016
DOI: 10.1590/0001-3765201620140562
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Abstract: Due to the increasing production of food in the world with consequent increase of the production of waste, the importance of developing researches for its use is noticed. Thus, the interest in vegetable oils with bioactive compounds, such as the ones extracted from fruit seeds, is growing. Therefore, the present study aims to characterize the oils extracted from seeds of Hamlin, Natal, Pera-rio and Valencia orange varieties (Citrus sinensis), as to the levels of total carotenoids, total phenolic compounds, toc… Show more

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“…TPC values in the range 71.12–87.00, 46.63–92.80, and 63.41–92.51 mg GAE/kg of seeds were reported by İnan et al for mandarin, orange, and lemon seed oils, respectively. Otherwise, the TPC average value of 4.43 g kg −1 oil was reported by Jorge et al for orange seed oil obtained by pressing in vegetable oil extractor. The TPC values of lemon and mandarin SFE seed oils from this study were lower than those verified by Malacrida et al in the analyzed solvent extracted Citrus oils, due to the different extraction procedure.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 79%
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“…TPC values in the range 71.12–87.00, 46.63–92.80, and 63.41–92.51 mg GAE/kg of seeds were reported by İnan et al for mandarin, orange, and lemon seed oils, respectively. Otherwise, the TPC average value of 4.43 g kg −1 oil was reported by Jorge et al for orange seed oil obtained by pressing in vegetable oil extractor. The TPC values of lemon and mandarin SFE seed oils from this study were lower than those verified by Malacrida et al in the analyzed solvent extracted Citrus oils, due to the different extraction procedure.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 79%
“…The seeds of Citrus fruits are an interesting source of phenolic compounds, which include phenolic acids, tocopherols, flavonoids and tannins . Also Citrus seed oils have been reported to possess significant levels of phenolic compounds . TPC values of 1.20, 1.01, 1.15 mg GAE/g of oils were previously determined by using the Folin–Ciocalteu reagent, for lemon, tangerine ( C. reticulata Blanco) and orange ( C. sinensis L. Osbeck) seeds, respectively .…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Hal ini dikarenakan senyawa antibakteri yang dimiliki ekstrak kulit jeruk mampu menghambat beberapa strain bakteri dan jamur. Ekstraksi Kulit jeruk manis banyak menghasilkan minyak atsiri yang kaya akan karotenoid, senyawa fenolik, tokoferol dan fitosterol (Jorge et al, 2016). Menurut Suryanti et al (2011) senyawa fenol mempunyai hambatan dalam pembentukan dinding sel, sedangkan flavonoid juga dapat merusak dinding sel, dan senyawa terpenoid mampu merusak membran bakteri.…”
Section: Aktivitas Antibakteriunclassified
“…Manfaat lain dari biji jeruk yaitu sebagai antioksidan alami adalah minyak biji jeruk manis (Citrus sinensis) mengandung karotenoid, senyawa fenolik, α-tokoferol, dan fitosterol (Jorge, Silva, & Aranha, 2016). Pemanfaatan biji jeruk sebagai antibakteri belum banyak dilakukan selama ini, sehingga dilakukan penelitian aktivitas antibakteri biji jeruk manis (Citrus sinensis) terhadap Escherichia coli.…”
Section: Pendahuluanunclassified