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Authors Tegin, I., G. Canpolat, M. Fidan and Ieee
Title The Antioxidant Capacity, Total Phenolic Content and Phenolic Compounds of Plantago coronopus L. subsp. coronopus in Naturally Distributed in Akdogmus-Siirt
Source 2018 2nd International Symposium on Multidisciplinary Studies and Innovative Technologies
Author Keywords Plantago coronopus total phenolic DPPH phenolic compounds
Abstract Name probably for Plantago coronopus L.; in reference to the shape of basal leaves [1]. Plantago coronopus, commonly known as buckshorn banana ("diabelha" in Portugal), is a medical halophyte belonging to the Plantago L., the largest of the Plantaginaceae family [2]. Plantago will be those the vast majority paramount variety of the Plantaginaceae crew, What's more, will be utilized within customary prescription around the reality for separate purposes. Plantago coronopus L., Plantago major L., Plantago media L. also Plantago lanceolata L. would a large portion regularly utilized species of Plantago for a customary solution to turkey [3]. There would 28 taxa of the class Plantago did turkey and two of them are endemic [4]. In this study, extracts of Plantago coronopus L. subsp. the coronopus taxon was prepared with methanol (%80) solvent. Total phenolic contents were assessed by Folin Ciocalteau's method and were found as 32.66 mg gallic acid/mL extract. The antioxidant activity was determined by using DPPH methods as 87.26%. And also, the chemical composition of the phenolic compounds was determined with LC-MS/MS instrument. As a result, 12 phenolic compounds were quantitatively detect, among the 27 phenolic compounds analyzed. These; Quinic acid (618 +/- 29.66 mg g(-1)), Malic acid (809.88 +/- 42.92 mgg(-1)), tr-Aconitic acid (4.49 +/- 0.22 mgg(-1)), Gallic acid (2.73 +/- 0.14 mgg(-1)), Protocatechuic acid (24.11 +/- 1.73 mgg(-1)), Tannic acid (33.01 +/- 1.68 mg g(-1)), tr-Coffeic acid (11.06 +/- 0.58 mg g(-1)), Vanilin (9.18 +/- 0.45 mgg(-1)), p-Coumaric acid (61.16 +/- 3.12 mgg(-1)), Kaempferol (43.64 +/- 2.27 mgg(-1)), Luteolin (5.35 +/- 0.37 mgg(-1)) and Apigenin (8.27 +/- 0.44 mgg(-1)).
Author Address [Tegin, Ibrahim; Canpolat, Gurbet] Siirt Univ, Fac Sci & Art, Dept Chem, Siirt, Turkey. [Fidan, Mehmet] Siirt Univ, Fac Sci & Art, Dept Biol, Siirt, Turkey. Tegin, I (reprint author), Siirt Univ, Fac Sci & Art, Dept Chem, Siirt, Turkey. ibrahim.tegin@gmail.com; gokalp.gurbet@gmail.com; mfidan7384@hotmail.com
ISSN 978-1-5386-4184-2
ISBN 978-1-5386-4184-2
Year Published 2018
Beginning Page 446-449
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000467794200083
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