Yıl: 2014 Cilt: 38 Sayı: 6 Sayfa Aralığı: 759 - 772 Metin Dili: İngilizce

A response surface methodology study on the efects of some phenolics and storage period length on vegetable oil quality: change in oxidation stability parameters

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In the present study, response surface methodology was conducted for the determination of efects of some phenolics (gallicacid, ellagic acid, and quercetin) on some stability parameters of mixed oil prepared with sunfower and hazelnut oils (50:50, v/v). Inthis respect, peroxide value (PV), free fatty acids (FFAs), p-anisidine value, induction period, and refractive index of mixed oil wereinvestigated. Predictive regression equations were constructed for the estimation of each studied parameter (R2 > 0.861). Te storageperiod caused a signifcant increase in the peroxide value, FFAs, p-anisidine, and refractive index values of the mixed oil, while itdecreased the induction period value of oil (P < 0.01). Te addition of gallic acid signifcantly retarded oxidation (P < 0.05), and ingeneral gallic acid and quercetin were found to be efective for preserving oil against oxidation.
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APA KARAMAN S, TOKER Ö, ÖZTÜRK İ, YALÇIN H, KAYACIER A, DOĞAN M, SAĞDIÇ O (2014). A response surface methodology study on the efects of some phenolics and storage period length on vegetable oil quality: change in oxidation stability parameters. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, 38(6), 759 - 772.
Chicago KARAMAN Safa,TOKER ÖMER SAİD,ÖZTÜRK İsmet,YALÇIN HASAN,KAYACIER Ahmed,DOĞAN Mahmut,SAĞDIÇ OSMAN A response surface methodology study on the efects of some phenolics and storage period length on vegetable oil quality: change in oxidation stability parameters. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 38, no.6 (2014): 759 - 772.
MLA KARAMAN Safa,TOKER ÖMER SAİD,ÖZTÜRK İsmet,YALÇIN HASAN,KAYACIER Ahmed,DOĞAN Mahmut,SAĞDIÇ OSMAN A response surface methodology study on the efects of some phenolics and storage period length on vegetable oil quality: change in oxidation stability parameters. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, vol.38, no.6, 2014, ss.759 - 772.
AMA KARAMAN S,TOKER Ö,ÖZTÜRK İ,YALÇIN H,KAYACIER A,DOĞAN M,SAĞDIÇ O A response surface methodology study on the efects of some phenolics and storage period length on vegetable oil quality: change in oxidation stability parameters. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry. 2014; 38(6): 759 - 772.
Vancouver KARAMAN S,TOKER Ö,ÖZTÜRK İ,YALÇIN H,KAYACIER A,DOĞAN M,SAĞDIÇ O A response surface methodology study on the efects of some phenolics and storage period length on vegetable oil quality: change in oxidation stability parameters. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry. 2014; 38(6): 759 - 772.
IEEE KARAMAN S,TOKER Ö,ÖZTÜRK İ,YALÇIN H,KAYACIER A,DOĞAN M,SAĞDIÇ O "A response surface methodology study on the efects of some phenolics and storage period length on vegetable oil quality: change in oxidation stability parameters." Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, 38, ss.759 - 772, 2014.
ISNAD KARAMAN, Safa vd. "A response surface methodology study on the efects of some phenolics and storage period length on vegetable oil quality: change in oxidation stability parameters". Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 38/6 (2014), 759-772.