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  • Chemical composition of kernels from some species

    Chisholm MJ, Hopkins CY (1964) Fatty acid composition of some Cucurbitaceae seed oils. Can J Chem 42: 560–563. Google Scholar Egunjobi JK (1985) Personal communication. Agricultural Biology. University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. Google Scholar Frais F (1972) Practical Biochemistry, An Introductory Course. Butterworth and Co. Limited, London

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  • Chemical composition, antimicrobial and antioxidant

    Fokou E,Achu MB,Kansci G,Ponka R,Fotso M,Tchiégang C,Tchouanguep FM 2009 Chemical properties of some cucurbitaceae oils from Cameroon Pak J Nutr 8 1325 1334 DOI : 10.3923/pjn.2009.1325.1334

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  • oil extraction from seeds in cameroon edible oil press

    Functional and Physicochemical Properties of Watermelon. Functional and Physicochemical Properties of Watermelon (Citrullus Lanatus) Seed and Seed-Oil Oyeleke, G.O.1, properties of the oil extract from the seed using soxhlet extractor revealed the followings; iodine and acid different regions in Cameroon. Oil provides concentrated energy in

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  • Chemical Properties of Some Cucurbitaceae Oils

    Abstract: This work presents some chemical properties of Cucurbitaceae seed oils from different areas in Cameroon. These seeds are Cucumeropsis mannii (egusi melon), Cucurbita maxima (pumpkin or squash gourd), Cucurbita moschata (musk melón), Lagenaria siceraria (bottle gourd or calabash) and Cucumis sativus ("Ibo"egusi). The results show that the saponification, iodine and peroxide

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  • Fokou E., Achu M. B., Kansci G., Ponka R., Tchiegang C

    Fokou E., Achu M. B., Kansci G., Ponka R., Tchiegang C. and Tchouanguep F. M.: Chemical composition of some cucurbitaceae oils from Cameroon. Pakistan Journal of

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  • Characterization and chemical composition of fatty acids

    01/01/2013· Some chemical properties of Cucurbitaceae seed oils from different areas in Cameroon. These seeds are Cucumeropsis mannii (egusi melon), Cucurbita maxima (pumpkin or squash gourd), Cucurbita moschata (musk melón), Lagenaria siceraria (bottle gourd or calabash) and Cucumis sativus ("Ibo"egusi). The values for the indices are within recommended levels for edible oils. These oils

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  • Chemical Properties of Some Cucurbitaceae Oils

    Abstract: This work presents some chemical properties of Cucurbitaceae seed oils from different areas in Cameroon. These seeds are Cucumeropsis mannii (egusi melon), Cucurbita maxima (pumpkin or squash gourd), Cucurbita moschata (musk melón), Lagenaria siceraria (bottle gourd or calabash) and Cucumis sativus ("Ibo"egusi). The results show that the saponification, iodine and peroxide indices are

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  • Microbiology of Some Selected Nigerian Oils Stored

    01/01/2011· Report on the nutritive, physico-chemical properties and mineral compositions of the oils extracted from many oilseeds have been documented[4-8]. Oils may go rancid and develop an unpleasant odour and flavour if incorrectly stored. The main factors that cause rancidity (in addition to moisture, bacteria and enzymes) are light, heat, air and some types of metals[9].The storage properties

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  • Essential Oil's Chemical Composition and Pharmacological

    08/01/2020· Essential oil, sent by nature, is a complex mixture of volatile secondary metabolites. Its composition varies along with many parameters that can lead to misunderstanding of its wonderful pharmacological property. In fact, from post-harvest treatment to the compound's identification through extraction approaches, the original chemotype of essential oils can be misdescribed.

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  • oil extraction from seeds in cameroon edible oil press

    Functional and Physicochemical Properties of Watermelon. Functional and Physicochemical Properties of Watermelon (Citrullus Lanatus) Seed and Seed-Oil Oyeleke, G.O.1, properties of the oil extract from the seed using soxhlet extractor revealed the followings; iodine and acid different regions in Cameroon. Oil provides concentrated energy in

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  • (PDF) Phytochemical Screening of Seed Oils from Some

    Background: Fruits from Cucurbitaceae plant family are naturally consumed or after processed in form of juices, alcoholic beverages and jams. Seed oils have been well applicable in food as edible oil and as source of raw materials for soap and

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  • Chemical Characteristics and Fatty acid Composition

    Chemical Characteristics and Fatty acid Composition of Cucurbitaceae Oils fron Cameroon M.B. Achu, E. Fokou, C. Tchiégang, M. Fotso, and M.F. Tchouanguep . The University of Yaounde I, P.O.Box 812, 237 Yaounde, Cameroon lohmercy@yahoo.fr. First page of the article. Homepage. Table of Contents. Previous article Next article. Article. Abstract; PDF (214 KB) Services. Same authors

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  • Chemical Properties of Some Cucurbitaceae Oils

    Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): https://scialert.net/qredirect (external link)

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  • Chemical properties of some Cucurbitaceae oils

    4 Abstract: This work presents some chemical properties of Cucurbitaceae seed oils from different areas in Cameroon. These seeds are Cucumeropsis mannii (egusi melon), Cucurbita maxima (pumpkin or squash gourd), Cucurbita moschata (musk melon), Lagenaria siceraria (bottle gourd or calabash) and Cucumis sativus ("Ibo"egusi). The results show that the saponification, iodine and peroxide indices

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  • oil extraction from seeds in cameroon edible oil press

    Functional and Physicochemical Properties of Watermelon. Functional and Physicochemical Properties of Watermelon (Citrullus Lanatus) Seed and Seed-Oil Oyeleke, G.O.1, properties of the oil extract from the seed using soxhlet extractor revealed the followings; iodine and acid different regions in Cameroon. Oil provides concentrated energy in

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  • Unconventional Oilseeds and Oil Sources ScienceDirect

    Presents the physico-chemical properties of the seed oils, in addition to their mineral compositions and chemical analyses; Thoroughly explores the chemistry of new oils, their composition, bioactive compounds, such as fatty acids, tocopherols, and sterols; Introduces the composition of new oil sources, their content of minor and bioactive components, and the most used official methods for

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  • Effect of spices formulations on the physicochemical

    23/11/2016· Chemical properties of some Cucurbitaceae oils from Cameroon. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition, 8, 1325–1334. Effect of dehulling and boiling on the physico‐chemical, functional and pasting properties of two varieties of Mucuna bean (Mucuna pruriens L.) flours. Journal of Food Measurement and Characterization, 9 (3), 435–447. [Google Scholar] Midorikawa K., Murata M., Oikawa S., Hiraku

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  • Chemical composition of kernels from some species

    Chisholm MJ, Hopkins CY (1964) Fatty acid composition of some Cucurbitaceae seed oils. Can J Chem 42: 560–563. Google Scholar Egunjobi JK (1985) Personal communication. Agricultural Biology. University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. Google Scholar Frais F (1972) Practical Biochemistry, An Introductory Course. Butterworth and Co. Limited, London

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  • Effect of spices formulations on the physicochemical

    23/11/2016· Chemical properties of some Cucurbitaceae oils from Cameroon. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition, 8, 1325–1334. Effect of dehulling and boiling on the physico‐chemical, functional and pasting properties of two varieties of Mucuna bean (Mucuna pruriens L.) flours. Journal of Food Measurement and Characterization, 9 (3), 435–447. [Google Scholar] Midorikawa K., Murata M., Oikawa S., Hiraku

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  • Chemical Properties of Some Cucurbitaceae Oils

    Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): https://scialert.net/qredirect (external link)

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  • Nutritive value of some Cucurbitaceae oilseeds

    Nutritive value of some Cucurbitaceae oilseeds from different regions in Cameroon Mercy Bih Achu1*, sources of proteins and oils. Key words: Cucurbitaceae, nutritive value, different bio-climatic regions. INTRODUCTION Good nutrition is a basic human right. In order to have a healthy population that can promote development, the relation between food, nutrition and health should be

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  • Chemical Characteristics and Fatty acid Composition

    Pumpkin seed oils also have antihelmintic properties (Veljkovic, 1992). Considering this high nutritional value of egusi seed oils, they are still underexploited industrially in Cameroon. The aim of this work is to find out some of the chemical properties (acid, saponification, iodine, peroxide indices) and fatty acid composition of oils extracted

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  • Chemical Properties of Some Cucurbitaceae Oils

    The aim of this study was to find out some of the chemical properties (acid, saponification, iodine, peroxide and fatty acid composition) of oils extracted from egusi seeds from Cameroon and the effect of the various regions of cultivation of these seeds on oil quality. These will enable the oils to be exploited by the industry and for alimentary purposes, with the eventual production and use of egusi seed oils.

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  • Microbiology of Some Selected Nigerian Oils Stored under

    01/01/2011· tritional value of some Cucurbitaceae oilseeds, they are effective soup thickners and when cooked and dried, can serve as snacks. Extracted oils from oilseeds have found diverse applications such as in cooking, food manufacture, soap manufacture, tin plating, paints, cosmetics, printing inks, leather making and pharmaceutical uses[3]. Report on the nutritive, physico-chemical properties and

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  • Chemical composition, antimicrobial and antioxidant

    Fokou E,Achu MB,Kansci G,Ponka R,Fotso M,Tchiégang C,Tchouanguep FM 2009 Chemical properties of some cucurbitaceae oils from Cameroon Pak J Nutr 8 1325 1334 DOI : 10.3923/pjn.2009.1325.1334

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  • Essential Oil's Chemical Composition and Pharmacological

    08/01/2020· Essential oil, sent by nature, is a complex mixture of volatile secondary metabolites. Its composition varies along with many parameters that can lead to misunderstanding of its wonderful pharmacological property. In fact, from post-harvest treatment to the compound's identification through extraction approaches, the original chemotype of essential oils can be misdescribed.

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  • Chemical composition, in vitro antioxidant and anti

    Due to their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, the essential oils of some of these plants might be used as n Chemical composition, in vitro antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of essential oils of four dietary and medicinal plants from Cameroon BMC Complement Altern Med. 2016 Apr 7;16:117. doi: 10.1186/s12906-016-1096-y. Authors Florentine Marie-Chantal Ndoye Foe 1

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  • Unconventional Oilseeds and Oil Sources ScienceDirect

    Presents the physico-chemical properties of the seed oils, in addition to their mineral compositions and chemical analyses; Thoroughly explores the chemistry of new oils, their composition, bioactive compounds, such as fatty acids, tocopherols, and sterols; Introduces the composition of new oil sources, their content of minor and bioactive components, and the most used official methods for

    Get Price
  • Chemical Properties of Some Cucurbitaceae Oils

    Abstract: This work presents some chemical properties of Cucurbitaceae seed oils from different areas in Cameroon. These seeds are Cucumeropsis mannii (egusi melon), Cucurbita maxima (pumpkin or squash gourd), Cucurbita moschata (musk melón), Lagenaria siceraria (bottle gourd or calabash) and Cucumis sativus ("Ibo"egusi).

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  • Characterization and chemical composition of fatty acids

    01/01/2013· Some chemical properties of Cucurbitaceae seed oils from different areas in Cameroon. These seeds are Cucumeropsis mannii (egusi melon), Cucurbita maxima (pumpkin or squash gourd), Cucurbita moschata (musk melón), Lagenaria siceraria (bottle gourd or calabash) and Cucumis sativus ("Ibo"egusi). The values for the indices are within recommended levels for edible oils. These oils

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  • Chemical composition, in vitro antioxidant and anti

    Due to their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, the essential oils of some of these plants might be used as n Chemical composition, in vitro antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of essential oils of four dietary and medicinal plants from Cameroon BMC Complement Altern Med. 2016 Apr 7;16:117. doi: 10.1186/s12906-016-1096-y. Authors Florentine Marie-Chantal Ndoye Foe 1

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  • Chemical Properties of Some Cucurbitaceae Oils

    The this high nutritional value of egusi seed oils, they are still plants of the five varieties studied are annual, underexploited industrially in Cameroon. The aim of this herbaceous, monoecious plants with climbing or study was to find out some of the chemical properties creeping stems. In West Africa, the seeds are planted in (acid, saponification, iodine, peroxide and fatty acid the months of March to April. They are planted directly composition) of oils extracted from egusi

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  • Microbiology of Some Selected Nigerian Oils Stored under

    01/01/2011· tritional value of some Cucurbitaceae oilseeds, they are effective soup thickners and when cooked and dried, can serve as snacks. Extracted oils from oilseeds have found diverse applications such as in cooking, food manufacture, soap manufacture, tin plating, paints, cosmetics, printing inks, leather making and pharmaceutical uses[3]. Report on the nutritive, physico-chemical properties and

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  • Chemical composition of kernels from some species

    Chisholm MJ, Hopkins CY (1964) Fatty acid composition of some Cucurbitaceae seed oils. Can J Chem 42: 560–563. Google Scholar Egunjobi JK (1985) Personal communication. Agricultural Biology. University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. Google Scholar Frais F (1972) Practical Biochemistry, An Introductory Course. Butterworth and Co. Limited, London

    Get Price
  • Chemical properties of some Cucurbitaceae oils

    4 Abstract: This work presents some chemical properties of Cucurbitaceae seed oils from different areas in Cameroon. These seeds are Cucumeropsis mannii (egusi melon), Cucurbita maxima (pumpkin or squash gourd), Cucurbita moschata (musk melon), Lagenaria siceraria (bottle gourd or calabash) and Cucumis sativus ("Ibo"egusi). The results show that the saponification, iodine and peroxide indices

    Get Price
  • Chemical composition, antimicrobial and antioxidant

    Fokou E,Achu MB,Kansci G,Ponka R,Fotso M,Tchiégang C,Tchouanguep FM 2009 Chemical properties of some cucurbitaceae oils from Cameroon Pak J Nutr 8 1325 1334 DOI : 10.3923/pjn.2009.1325.1334

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