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- Graciele Da Silva Campelo Borges; Francilene Gracieli Kunradi Vieira; Cristiane Copetti; Luciano Valdemiro Gonzaga; Rui Carlos Zambiazi; Jorge Mancini Filho; Roseane Fett
- Food research international 2011 v.44 no.7 pp. 2128-2133
- Euterpe edulis; altitude; anthocyanins; antioxidant activity; fatty acid composition; forests; fruit composition; fruits; linoleic acid; lipid content; oleic acid; phenolic acids; proteins; summer; temperature; tropical and subtropical fruits; Brazil
- ... Samples of fruit from the jussara palm plant (Euterpe edulis), collected in different regions of the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil, were analyzed for chemical composition, phenolic acids, anthocyanins, flavonoids and fatty acids profile. Results indicated that the jussara fruit has a high lipid content (18.45–44.08%), oleic acid (44.17–55.61%) and linoleic acid (18.19–25.36%) are the fatty acids ...
- Milene Oliveira Pereira Bicudo; Rosemary Hoffmann Ribani; Trust Beta
- Plant foods for human nutrition 2014 v.69 no.2 pp. 142-147
- Euterpe edulis; anthocyanins; antioxidant activity; antioxidants; disease prevention; food additives; fruits; functional foods; health promotion; pharmaceutical industry; phenolic acids; ripening; tandem mass spectrometry; Brazil
- ... Juçara (Euterpe edulis M.) fruits are an interesting source of phenolic compounds, mainly anthocyanins, making them valuable to the food and pharmaceutical industries. Juçara fruits were harvested along the on-tree ripening process between March and June as practiced in Paraná state, Brazil and examined for their total anthocyanin content (TAC), total phenolic content (TPC), total phenolic acid (T ...
- Jéssica A.A. Garcia; Rúbia C.G. Corrêa; Lillian Barros; Carla Pereira; Rui M.V. Abreu; Maria José Alves; Ricardo C. Calhelha; Adelar Bracht; Rosane M. Peralta; Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira
- Journal of functional foods 2019 v.55 pp. 325-332
- Euterpe edulis; anthocyanins; antibacterial properties; antioxidant activity; bioeconomics; byproducts; chemical composition; cyanidin; flavonols; flavor; flour; fruit pulp; fruits; hepatotoxicity; nutritive value; phenolic acids; rain forests; Brazil
- ... The pulp of the fruits of Juçara (Euterpes edulis Martius), a native tree of the Atlantic Rainforest of Brazil, is widely consumed thanks to its flavour and nutritional value. The industrial production of Juçara fruit pulp generates solid residues (peel) which are usually discarded. In this work, a hydroalcoholic extract from Juçara peel flour was evaluated for its phenolic profile as well as for ...