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High–pressure and temperature extraction of phenolic compounds from corn silage


Kuzmanović, Melita; Tišma, Marina; Bucić- Kojić, Ana; Casazza, Alessandro Alberto; Paini Marco, Aliakbarian, Bahar; Perego, Patrizia
High–pressure and temperature extraction of phenolic compounds from corn silage // Chemical Engineering Transactions, 43 (2015), 133-138 doi:10.3303/CET1543023 (recenziran, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
High–pressure and temperature extraction of phenolic compounds from corn silage

Autori
Kuzmanović, Melita ; Tišma, Marina ; Bucić- Kojić, Ana ; Casazza, Alessandro Alberto ; Paini Marco, Aliakbarian, Bahar ; Perego, Patrizia

Izvornik
Chemical Engineering Transactions (2283-9216) 43 (2015); 133-138

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Corn silage ; extraction ; phenolic compounds ; antiradical power

Sažetak
Corn silage refers to stalks, leaves and cobs of maize plants that remain in fields after the corn harvest. Commonly it is used as a cattle feed, but recently it has been more often used together with cattle manure in biofuel production in anaerobic co-digestion. In this work high-pressure and temperature extraction of phenolic compounds from corn silage was performed. Process parameters (temperature, T = 90 – 180 °C ; extraction time, t = 40 - 120 min ; solid/liquid ratio, 10 - 20 mL/g ; and solvent concentration (10 – 90 % aqueous ethanol, v/v) were studied. Box-Bhenken design was used in order to obtain the maximal extractability of phenolic compounds (namely total phenolic compounds-TPC and total extractible proanthocyanidins - TPA) and the maximal antiradical power (ARP) of obtained extracts. Experimental results of TPC, TPA, and ARP of corn silage extracts were in the range from 10.01 - 72.43 mgGallicAcid Equivalent/gdrybiomass, 0.27 - 3.21 mg/gdrybiomass and 1.25 - 16.76 mgDPPH/mLextract, respectively. Statistical results confirmed that temperature was the most significant factor affecting the observed responses (p<0.05). Optimal extraction conditions for TPA and ARP were achieved at 180 °C, 120 min using 65 % ethanol and L/S ratio 10 while optimal conditions for TPC were achieved at 180 °C, 120 min using 10 % ethanol and L/S ratio 20. The results of this study evidenced that extracts from corn silage can be a good source of antioxidant compounds which can be used for production of food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical products.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Biotehnologija, Prehrambena tehnologija



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Ustanove
Prehrambeno-tehnološki fakultet, Osijek

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  • Scopus


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