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Characterization Of Volatile Compounds From Bitter Apple (citrullus Colocynthis) Using Gc-ms  


Abstract Category: Science
Course / Degree: M.Sc.
Institution / University: Faculty of Marine Sciences, Annamalai University, India
Published in: 2008


Report Abstract / Summary:

The volatile components of Citrullus colocynthis fruit, which were isolated by simultaneous steam distillation/solvent extraction with petroleum ether (40-50ºC, 75 ml), diethyl ether (75ml) and ethanol (0.5ml), were identified by a combination of retention indices and GC/MS. 98% of peak area of volatile compounds detected from the isolate of fruit pulp. Seventeen constituents were identified and divided into five classes viz., alcohols, ketones, epoxy compounds, hydrocarbons and an acid. 2-Methyl, 4-heptanone (48%) and 3-Methyl, 2-heptanone (12.88%), Trimethylsilyl methanol (9.08%) and 1-propoxy pentane (6.49%) were found to be the major constituents. Further isolation and biological screening will be providing the therapeutic potential of the compounds.


Report Keywords/Search Tags:
Aroma; Bitter Apple; Cucurbitaceae; Epoxy Compounds; GC-MS; Volatile Oil

This Report Abstract may be cited as follows:

S. Gurudeeban, T. Ramanathan, and Satyavani, K."Characterization of Volatile Compounds from Bitter Apple (Citrullus colocynthis) Using GC-MS." 

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Submission Details: Report Abstract submitted by Gurudeeban Selvaraj from India on 02-Feb-2013 19:55.
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