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Effect of some essential oils on oxidative stability of peanut oil

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Author(s): Maestri, Damián M. | Zygadlo, Julio A. | Lamarque, Alicia L. | Labuckas, Diana O. | Guzmán, Carlos A.

Journal: Grasas y Aceites
ISSN 0017-3495

Volume: 47;
Issue: 6;
Start page: 397;
Date: 1996;
Original page

Keywords: Antioxidant activity | Essential oil | Peanut oil | Aceite esencial | Aceite de maní | Actividad antioxidante

ABSTRACT
Antioxidative effect of essential oils from Origanum majorana, Rosmarinus officinalis, Myrciantties cisplatensis, Acantholippia Seriphioides, Eucalyptus cinerea and Tagetes filifolia, was tested in peanut oil at 60°C. The concentrations of essential oils used were 0.02 and 0.1%. Origanum majorana, A. seriphioides and T. filifolia essential oils exhibited a pronounced antioxidative activity, followed by R. officinalis, E. cinerea and M. cisplatensis in a decreasing order.Se evaluó el efecto antioxidante de los aceites esenciales de Origanum majorana, Rosmarinus officinalis, Myrciantlies cisplatensis, Acantholippia seriphioides, Eucalyptus cinérea y Tagetes filifolia en el aceite de maní a 60°C. Las concentraciones de aceites esenciales utilizadas fueron 0.02 y 0.1%. Los aceites esenciales de O. majorana, A. seriphioides y T. filifolia exhibieron una pronunciada actividad antioxidante seguidos por R. officinalis, E. cinerea y M. Cisplatensis en orden decreciente.

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