Research Article
Volume 16 Issue 12 - 2021
Effect of PH, Salt Saturation, Solvent Ratio, Temperature and Incubation Duration on the Oil Yield in Three-Phase Partitioning Extraction Method from Fig-Leaf Gourd Seeds (Cucurbita ficifolia)

Tuan Q Dang* and Khoi P B Van

Department of Food Technology, International University-VNU-HoChiMinh City, Vietnam
*Corresponding Author: Tuan Q Dang, Department of Food Technology, International University-VNU-HoChiMinh City, Vietnam.
Received: October 10, 2021; Published: November 29, 2021




Abstract

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of pH, salt saturation, solvent ratio, incubation duration and temperature in three-phase partitioning method on the yield of oil extracted from fig-leaf gourd seeds (Cucurbita ficifolia). The selected range of parameters for study was as followed: pH 4 - 7; 20 - 50% (w/v aqueous) of salt concentration; 0.5: 1 - 2:1 (v/v solvent/aqueous) ratio, incubation duration 30 - 75 minutes and temperature 30 - 60°C. As the results, the highest oil yield of 36.88% was obtained by processing conditions at pH 6, 40% salt concentration, 1.5:1 ratio of solvent/aqueous in room temperature (30°C) within 60 minutes of incubation. For comparison, the yield of oil extracted by Soxhlet method was 45.67%, significantly higher than the yield by three-phase partitioning method. However, the two types of oil were significantly different in several physiochemical properties. In details, total phenolic content and total flavonoid content in the oil extracted by TPP (24.53 mgGAE/100g and 4.91 mgGAE/100g, respectively) was higher than those presented in the oil obtained by Soxhlet method. Likewise, the antioxidant capacity, expressed as DDPH scavenging capacity in the oil by TPP was higher than that in the oil by Soxhlet method.

Keywords: Cucurbita ficifolia; Oil Yield; Physiochemical Properties; Three Phase Partitioning

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Citation: Tuan Q Dang and Khoi P B Van. “Effect of PH, Salt Saturation, Solvent Ratio, Temperature and Incubation Duration on the Oil Yield in Three-Phase Partitioning Extraction Method from Fig-Leaf Gourd Seeds (Cucurbita ficifolia)”. EC Nutrition 16.12 (2021): 07-16.

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