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Гребенникова, Оксана Анатольевна; Палий, Анфиса Евгеньевна; Христова, Юлия Петровна (2015)
Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Khimiia rastitel'nogo syr'ia (Chemistry of plant raw material)
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: Mentha spicata L., водно-этанольный экстракт, хромато-масс-спектрометрия, ВЭЖХ, летучие соединения, фенольные вещества, витамины, Mentha spicata L., water-ethanolic extract, gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, HPLC, volatile compounds, phenolic substances, vitamins
The data about qualitative and quantative composition of biologically active substances (volatile compounds, phenolic substances, vitamins) in water-ethanolic extract of promising specimen of Mentha spicata L. bred in NBS–NSC have been given in the paper. The concentration of volatile compounds in the spearmint water-ethanolic extract was 373,8 mg/100 g. 46 components have been determined in the extract, 42 - have been identified. Carvone (29,3%) and limonene (9,7%) are the major and most valuable volatile compounds of spearmint extract. The content of phenolic substances in the water-ethanolic extract of spearmint was 2260,0 mg/100 g. 17 components have been determined in the extract. Among the phenolic substances of spearmint extract rosmarinic acid (57,8%) dominates. The conclusion about possibility of use this extract to create food and health care products has been made.
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