2020
DOI: 10.34117/bjdv6n8-208
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Effect of Drying Temperature on the Yield and Phytochemical Quality of the Essential Oil of Pepper Rosemary (Lippia Origanoides Kunth) and of Clove Basil (Ocimum Gratissimum L.)

Abstract: Effect of drying temperature on the yield and phytochemical quality of the essential oil of pepper rosemary (Lippia origanoides Kunth) and of clove basil (Ocimum gratissimum L.) Efeito da temperatura de secagem no rendimento e na qualidade fitoquímica do óleo essencial de alecrim-pimenta (Lippia origanoides Kunth) e de alfavaca (Ocimum gratissimum L.

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“…Our result was similar to those found by Radünz et al (2004) and Teles (2013). The chemical composition of the essential oil of the leaves varied with the drying temperature (Table 1), and this can occur due to the change of chemical constituents by the action of the drying temperature (FONSECA et al, 2020). A greater number of constituents identified in the essential oil was found in leaves subjected to drying at 50 ºC (Table 1), and this result can be associated with the change in the constituents of essential oils at this temperature (GUIMARÃES et al, 2008).…”
Section: Yield Of Essential Oil Extracted Fromsupporting
confidence: 92%
“…Our result was similar to those found by Radünz et al (2004) and Teles (2013). The chemical composition of the essential oil of the leaves varied with the drying temperature (Table 1), and this can occur due to the change of chemical constituents by the action of the drying temperature (FONSECA et al, 2020). A greater number of constituents identified in the essential oil was found in leaves subjected to drying at 50 ºC (Table 1), and this result can be associated with the change in the constituents of essential oils at this temperature (GUIMARÃES et al, 2008).…”
Section: Yield Of Essential Oil Extracted Fromsupporting
confidence: 92%