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“…This study, continuing our line of research on chemical composition and the biological activities of essential oils (Lemes et al, 2017;Oliveira et al, 2017), analyzes the chemical composition and the antibacterial and antiproliferative activities of the fresh leaf essential oil of P. guajava L. collected in the southwest region of the state of Goiás.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 86%
“…This study, continuing our line of research on chemical composition and the biological activities of essential oils (Lemes et al, 2017;Oliveira et al, 2017), analyzes the chemical composition and the antibacterial and antiproliferative activities of the fresh leaf essential oil of P. guajava L. collected in the southwest region of the state of Goiás.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 86%
“…The seeds and fruits were shade dried for 72 h and pulverised using a manual blender (Corona, Landers Colombia). The ground seeds of M. myristica (0.90 kg) and fruits X. aethiopica (0.65 kg) were maintained with distilled water (5 L) at 35 ± 2 °C for 7 days to properly macerate them and separately subjected to hydrodistillation using an all-glass Clevenger apparatus (Deschem Equipment Co. Ltd) for 4 h according to the method described by Oliveira et al (2017) with slight modifications. To ensure high quality of the essential oil extracted, extraction was done from one batch each of the X. aethiopica fruit and M. myristica seed harvested from the same plant in the same month.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The duration of time the plant parts are exposed to the procedure can vary among studies, but nonetheless, evidence suggests that yield is fairly constant at economically viable values (Table 1). For example, with leaves from C. adamantium, yield after two hours of extraction (0.3% w/w) was similar to that after 2 -5 hours, but at longer time intervals, more compounds were extracted (Oliveira et al, 2017). In contrast, with dried leaves of C. adamantium, the yield after four hours 0.5% v/w (Oliveira et al, 2016) was half that after two hours in another study (1%, Sá et al, 2018).…”
Section: Chemistry Of Campomanesia Essential Oilsmentioning
confidence: 73%