2003
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-50532003000300014
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Chemical and aroma determination of the pulp and seeds of murici (Byrsonima crassifolia L.)

Abstract: O murici (Byrsonima crassifolia L., Malpighiaceae) é uma pequena fruta tropical de intenso aroma frutal e semelhante a queijo rançoso. Aplicando a cromatografia gasosa de alta resolução-olfatometria acoplada a espectrometria de massas e usando técnica de diluição de aroma ("Aroma extract dilution analysis"), as substâncias de maior impacto no aroma do murici foram identificadas como sendo: butanoato de etila (frutal, doce), hexanoato de etila (frutal), 1-octeno-3-ol (odor semelhante a cogumelo), ácido butírico… Show more

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“…Esses resultados são similares aos de outras frutas tropicais, como cupuaçu, caju e murici, nas quais os ésteres são os principais constituintes voláteis da polpa (FRANCO;JANZANTTI, 2005;REZENDE;FRAGA, 2003). Os principais constituintes identificados foram o hexanoato de etila (valor médio= 55,92 ± 25,10%), (E)-β-ocimeno (17,65 ± 11,88%) e octanoato de etila (4,79 ± 5,07%).…”
Section: Perfil Químico Dos óLeos Essenciaisunclassified
“…Esses resultados são similares aos de outras frutas tropicais, como cupuaçu, caju e murici, nas quais os ésteres são os principais constituintes voláteis da polpa (FRANCO;JANZANTTI, 2005;REZENDE;FRAGA, 2003). Os principais constituintes identificados foram o hexanoato de etila (valor médio= 55,92 ± 25,10%), (E)-β-ocimeno (17,65 ± 11,88%) e octanoato de etila (4,79 ± 5,07%).…”
Section: Perfil Químico Dos óLeos Essenciaisunclassified
“…The murici, fruit of B. verbascifolia, can be consumed in natura by the population. When ripe, it presents a yellow color with a strong odor similar to that of stale cheese [5,6]. The pulp is fleshy and soft, and can also be consumed in the form of juices, jellies, ice creams and liquors [6].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…), a tropical tree of the family Malpighiaceae, and like all plants of this genus, and most of the neotropical species of this family, have flowers that instead of nectar, have an abundant lipid composition (oil) (Rezende and Fraga, 2003;Ribeiro et al, 2008). The genus Byrsonima, whose species are known popularly as murici, is distributed in the savanna and the Neotropics (Benezar and Pessoni, 2006).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It has some morphological characteristics typical of cerrado plants, usually medium-sized trees reaching 5 m. Its fruit, when ripe, is yellow, with 1.5 to 2 cm diameter, it has a strong odor, an exotic taste and is rich in vitamins and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and iron. It is very popular in the North and Northeastern parts of Brazil, and its pulp is commonly used to make juices, wines, liquors and sweets (Rezende and Fraga, 2003;Giraldo-Zuniga et al, 2006;Rego et al, 2006). B. coccolobifolia often occur in areas of open vegetation in South America, with records of its occurrence in Brazil, Bolivia, Venezuela and the Guianas.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%