Title Isolation of hydrophilic fractions from defatted strawberry, blackberry and elderberry seeds and rowanberry pomace by pressurized liquid extraction /
Authors Grabauskaitė, R ; Jūrienė, L ; Kazernavičiūtė, R ; Maždžierienė, R ; Venskutonis, P.R
DOI 10.15388/CCT.2023
ISBN 9786090708330
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Is Part of Chemistry and chemical technology: international conference CCT-2023, March 10, 2023, Vilnius: conference book.. Vilnius : Vilnius university press, 2023. P 025, p. 62.. ISBN 9786090708330
Abstract [eng] Significant part of berry processing is juice production which generates huge amounts of pomace including skin, seeds and residue of fruit pulp. Often discarded as a waste, berry press cake contains valuable bioactive compounds having health-promoting effects and various possible applications. Berry seeds are known as an excellent source of phenolic compounds, fatty acids and tocopherols providing such properties as antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-proliferative. Extraction of these water or oil-soluble components is of great interest in regards of developing functional value-added products [1]. In this study, pressurized liquid extraction (PLE) is used for polar fraction recovery from the residue of berry seeds and pomace obtained after lipophilic fraction isolation by supercritical carbon dioxide extraction. The materials for this study were strawberry (Fragaria × ananassa), blackberry (Rubus fruticosus L.) and elderberry seeds (Sambucus nigra L.) as well as rowanberry pomace (Sorbus aucuparia L.). Chemical composition of raw material is given in Table 1. Elderberry seeds had the highest moisture, lipid and fiber content, while strawberry seeds were rich in proteins and ash. [...].
Published Vilnius : Vilnius university press, 2023
Type Conference paper
Language English
Publication date 2023
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