Food Science and Food Chemistry
1. Health attributes of ten Mediterranean edible flowers: anti-proliferative and enzyme-inhibitory properties

Maria Neve Ombra; Antonio d’Acierno; Filomena Nazzaro; Florinda Fratianni

Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2019, , Pages 251-260

Abstract
  Edible flowers represent an important source of biologically active compounds with positive effects on consumer health. In fact, they contain high quantities of natural antioxidants and have been used since ancient times not only to prepare traditional recipes but also as a remedy against some common ...  Read More

Health attributes of ten Mediterranean edible flowers: anti-proliferative and enzyme-inhibitory properties


Food Science and Food Chemistry
2. Understanding the phytochemical constitution, antioxidant potential and spectral characteristics of aqueous extracts of the chosen leafy vegetables from south India

Kota Sobha; Pradeep Dumpala; Hariseetharam Prasad Dachepalli; Ratna Kumari Anantha

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2018, , Pages 111-118

Abstract
  The phytochemical composition, total phenolic and ascorbic acid contents of the aqueous extracts of six south Indian leafy vegetables viz. Amaranthus viridis L, Hibiscus cannabinus L, Spinacea oleracea L, Mentha spicata L, Murraya koenigii L and Coriandrum sativum L were tested, characterized and the ...  Read More

Understanding the phytochemical constitution, antioxidant potential and spectral characteristics of aqueous extracts of the chosen leafy vegetables from south India


Food Science and Food Chemistry
3. Antibacterial activity of Butia odorata extracts against pathogenic bacteria

Darla Maia; Bianca Aranha; Fabio Chaves; Wladimir Silva

Volume 1, Issue 3 , Summer 2017, , Pages 169-174

Abstract
  Currently, synthetic preservatives are added to foods to increase their microbiological safety, but the demand for foods free of these agents is on the rise. Butia odorata Barb. Rodr. is a tree native to southern South America, with fruits rich in bioactive compounds. In this investigation, hexane (BHE) ...  Read More

Antibacterial activity of <i>Butia odorata</i> extracts against pathogenic bacteria