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Optimal Extraction Conditions of Active Components from the Adventitious Roots of Noni (Morinda citrifolia)
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Optimal Extraction Conditions of Active Components from the Adventitious Roots of Noni (Morinda citrifolia)
Kim, Myong-Ki;
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 Abstract
To determine the optimum condition for the extraction of active components, noni adventitious roots were extracted under various conditions employing various solvents including methanolic water at different ratio (20, 40, 60, 80, and 100% water), extraction times and extraction methods. Anthraquinones, phenolic compounds, and flavonoids extraction using different solvents showed that 1 h of ultrasonic extraction was effective in 60-80% methanol, and 2 h of reflux extraction was effective in 80% methanol. To compare the extraction efficiency of active components according to different extraction methods and extraction times for noni adventitious roots, the active components were extracted by ultrasonic extraction, shaking extraction, reflux extraction, homogenizer extraction, high-pressure extraction, and soaking extraction. The highest phenolic contents were found in the extracted from ultrasonic extraction and anthraquinones and flavonoids contents were highest in the reflux extraction.
 Keywords
anthraquinone;phenolic compound;flavonoid;extraction solvent;extraction method;
 Language
Korean
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