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Results of drying strategies and solvent extraction on quantification of main bioactive compounds in pomegranate peel waste utilizing HPLC


HPLC chromatogram of requirements

The chromatograms of phenolic compounds requirements corresponding to ellagic acid, gallic acid, quercetin, and punicalagin when it comes to retention time, space, and top are proven in Desk 2. The utmost space was gallic acid with a 7.25 min retention time, adopted by ellagic acid with 42.05% space and 53.38% top with 4.077 retention time. In the usual chromatogram, punicalagin confirmed minimal space (0.32%), top (0.47%) with a 14.77 min retention time. A punicalagin customary had the utmost retention time with the bottom space and top. The ellagic acid customary recorded the utmost top as in comparison with others. The outcomes of chromatograms of the requirements are supported by the earlier research finished by Qu et al.36; Farag et al.37; Singh et al.38.

Desk 2 HPLC chromatograms of phenolic requirements (ellagic acid, gallic acid, quercetin, and punicalagin).

Ellagic acid

The outcomes pertaining to the extraction of ellagic acid from three various kinds of pomegranate peel powders extract have been introduced in Desk3. The ellagic acid compound was estimated by HPLC and has been expressed as mg/g of peel powder. The outcomes indicated a major affect of particular solvent used to extract the ellagic acid in each Bhagwa and Ganesh peel powders. Aside from solvents used, there was additionally a major affect of drying to organize the peel powders on ellagic acid content material. Amongst varied solvents used, extracts ready with methanol solvent confirmed the very best ellagic acid content material in all of the three sorts of peel powders (freeze-dried, tray-dried, and sun-dried) adopted by ethanol, water (management), and acetone in each the pomegranate varieties. The least ellagic acid content material was recovered with hexane getting used as an extraction solvent. The ellagic acid content material recovered utilizing completely different solvents have been additionally statistically vital with respect to one another for a selected sort of drying therapy. Within the peel powder of Bhagwa, the statistically vital and most ellagic acid content material (32.20 ± 0.01 mg/g) was recorded in freeze-dried peel powder. This ellagic acid content material was additionally statistically vital and highest in comparison with all different solvents and drying therapies.

Desk 3 Quantification of ellagic acid (mg/g) from pomegranate peel.

The second-best consequence was obtained with ethanol solvent in freeze-dried powder (30.19 ± 0.01 mg/g) adopted by methanol solvent in tray-dried powder (28.40 ± 0.02 mg/g). Amongst varied drying therapies, the statistically vital and highest ellagic acid content material was recovered in freeze-dried powder, adopted by tray-dried and sun-dried peel powders. The least ellagic acid content material was retrieved in sun-dried peel powder. The ellagic acid content material noticed in several drying therapies was additionally statistically vital with respect to one another for particular sorts of solvent. Within the peel powder of Ganesh, the statistically vital and most ellagic acid content material (17.50 ± 0.02 mg/g) was recorded in freeze-dried peel powder. This ellagic acid content material was additionally statistically vital and highest in comparison with all different solvents and drying therapies. The second-best consequence was obtained with ethanol solvent in freeze-dried powder (14.98 ± 0.2 mg/g). It was additionally noticed that the ellagic acid content material was statistically at par for tray-dried peel powders with hexane and acetone as solvents (1.30 ± 0.03 mg/g, 1.30 ± 0.01 mg/g, respectively). It was additionally famous that in peel powder of Ganesh selection, no matter the drying therapies, the ellagic acid content material was comparatively very low in acetone, hexane, and management (water) solvents as in comparison with methanol and ethanol.

The obtained outcomes confirmed that methanol and ethanol may very well be used for the extraction of ellagic acid compounds from peel powder. The freeze-drying technique and methanol solvent are considerably accounted to get better the next quantity of ellagic acid from pomegranate peel than respective drying therapies and solvents. The hexane solvent was not detected to quantify organic compounds from pomegranate peel powder resulting from decrease effectivity to extract excessive polar compounds17,39.

Gallic acid

The phenolic compound corresponding to gallic acid passes a broadspectrum of organic actions, together with phenolic, antioxidant, and antibacterial actions, and many others.40 The outcomes pertaining to the extraction of gallic acid content material from three various kinds of pomegranate peel powders obtained from Bhagwa and Ganesh varieties have been introduced in Desk4. The outcomes indicated a major affect of the particular solvent used to extract the gallic acid bioactive compound in each Bhagwa and Ganesh peel powders. Aside from solvents used, there was additionally a major affect on the tactic of drying to organize the peel powders on gallic acid. Amongst varied solvents used, extracts ready with methanol solvent confirmed the very best quantity of gallic acid in all of the three sorts of peel powders, adopted by ethanol, water, and acetone in each the pomegranate varieties. The least gallic acid content material was recovered with hexane as an extraction solvent. The gallic acid bioactive compound recovered utilizing completely different solvents have been additionally statistically vital regarding one another for a selected sort of drying therapy.

Desk 4 Quantification of Gallic acid(mg/g) compounds from pomegranate peel extract.

Within the peel powder of Bhagwa, the statistically vital and most gallic acid content material (16.40 ± 0.02 mg/g) was recorded in freeze-dried peel powder. This gallic acid content material was additionally statistically vital and highest in comparison with all different solvents and drying therapies. The second-best consequence was obtained with ethanol solvent (16.20 ± 0.10 mg/g) adopted by water as an extraction solvent in freeze-dried powder (13.60 ± 0.02 mg/g). The statistically vital and highest gallic acid content material was recovered in freeze-dried powder adopted by tray and solar dried peel powders amongst varied drying therapies. The least gallic acid content material was recovered in sun-dried peel powder. The gallic acid content material as noticed in several drying therapies was additionally statistically vital with respect to one another for a selected sort of solvent. The least restoration of gallic acid from peel powder of Bhagwa pomegranate was discovered with hexane solvent (5.40 ± 0.01 mg/g) in freeze-dried adopted by tray-dried (0.80 ± 0.02 mg/g) respectively. The peel powder obtained by sun-drying therapy was not discovered efficient for recovering gallic acid compounds with hexane solvent. Within the peel powder of Ganesh, the statistically vital and most gallic acid content material (10.90 ± 0.03 mg/g) was recorded in freeze-dried peel powder. This quantity of gallic acid content material was additionally statistically vital and highest in comparison with all different solvents and drying therapies. The second-best consequence was obtained with methanol solvent in tray dried powder (2.00 ± 0.10 mg/g). It was additionally famous that in peel powder of Ganesh selection, no matter the drying therapies, the gallic acid content material was comparatively very low in ethanol, water, acetone, and hexane solvents as in comparison with methanol. The peel powder extraction with hexane solvent confirmed gallic acid compound in freeze-dried (0.80 ± 0.02 mg/g). In peel powder obtained from tray and solar drying therapies with hexane solvent not detected gallic acid compounds. In peel powder obtained from tray-drying therapy additionally doesn’t recovergallic acid with acetone as solvent. The outcomes pertained that the utmost gallic acid was obtained with methanol as a solvent adopted by ethanol in each the pomegranate varieties. The outcomes additionally indicated that peel powders of Bhagwa selection recovered a considerably increased quantity of gallic acid as in comparison with Ganesh. The outcomes demonstrated that the freeze-drying technique is important potential to get better increased quantities of gallic acid as in comparison with different drying strategies 33.

Quercetin

The outcomes of the quantification of quercetin from pomegranate peel powders are proven is introduced in Desk5. The outcomes point out a major affect of the particular solvent used to extract the quercetin in each Bhagwa and Ganesh peel powders. Aside from solvents used, there was additionally a major affect of drying to organize the peel powders on quercetin content material. Methanol as a solvent confirmed the very best quercetin, adopted by ethanol, water, and acetone solvents within the Bhagwa and Ganesh varieties. The peel powder obtained from freeze-drying confirmed the statistically vital and highest quantity of quercetin adopted by tray and sun-dried peel powder obtained from each the Bhagwa and Ganesh varieties. Within the peel powder of Bhagwa, the statistically vital and most quercetin (2.50 ± 0.01 mg/g) was estimated in freeze-dried peel powder. This quercetin was additionally statistically vital and highest in comparison with all different solvents and drying therapies.

Desk 5 Quantification of Quercetin (mg/g) compounds from pomegranate peel extract.

The second-best consequence was obtained with ethanol solvent in freeze-dried powder (1.40 ± 0.01 mg/g) adopted by water solvent in freeze-dried powder (1.10 ± 0.10 mg/g). Amongst varied drying therapies, the statistically vital and highest quercetin content material was recovered in freeze-dried powder adopted by tray-dried and sun-dried peel powders. The least quercetin content material was recovered in sun-dried peel powder. The quercetin content material noticed in several drying therapies was additionally statistically vital with respect to one another for a selected sort of solvent. The peel powder extraction with hexane was not quantified the quercetin compounds in all drying therapy situations. Quercetin compound was not detected with acetone solvent in peel powder obtained from sun-drying technique.

Within the peel powder of Ganesh, the statistically vital and most quercetin compound (0.53 ± 0.01 mg/g) was recorded in freeze-dried peel powder. This quercetin was additionally statistically vital and highest in comparison with all different solvents and drying therapies. The second-best consequence was obtained with methanol solvent in tray-dried peel powder (0.52 ± 0.58 mg/g). It was additionally famous that in peel powder of Ganesh selection, no matter the drying therapies, the quercetin compound was not detected in acetone and hexane solvents. The peel powder obtained from the tray and sun-drying therapies was additionally not present the quercetin compounds with water solvent. Total outcomes confirmed that the utmost quercetin was acquiring with methanol as solvent adopted by ethanol in each the pomegranate varieties. The outcomes additionally indicated that peel powders of Bhagwa selection had considerably increased restoration of quercetin than Ganesh. The methanol and ethanol solvent is accounted for appropriate solvents for the quercetin compounds extraction in comparison with different solvents resulting from increased polarity and effectivity41.

Punicalagin

The outcomes pertaining to extraction and restoration of punicalagin compound from pomegranate peel powders are proven in Desk 6. The punicalagin compound was estimated by HPLC and has been expressed as mg/g of peel powder. The outcomes indicated a major affect of the particular solvent used to extract the punicalagin in Bhagwa and Ganesh peel powders. Aside from solvents used, there was additionally a major affect of drying to organize the peel powders on punicalagin. Amongst varied solvents used, extracts ready with methanol solvent confirmed the very best punicalagin in all of the three sorts of peel powders (freeze-dried, tray-dried, and sun-dried) adopted by ethanol, water, and acetone in each the pomegranate varieties.

Desk 6 Quantification of Punicalagin(mg/g) compounds from pomegranate peel extract.

The least quantity of punicalagin was recovered with acetone and hexane getting used as an extraction solvent. The punicalagin compound recovered utilizing completely different solvents have been additionally statistically vital with respect to one another for a selected sort of drying therapy. Within the peel powder of Bhagwa, the statistically vital and most quantity of punicalagin compound (15.20 ± 0.20 mg/g) was recorded in freeze-dried peel powder. This punicalagin compound was additionally statistically vital and highest in comparison with all different solvents and drying therapies. The second-best consequence was obtained with ethanol solvent in freeze-dried powder (13.80 ± 0.02 mg/g) adopted by methanol solvent in tray-dried powder (11.20 ± 0.02 mg/g). Amongst varied drying therapies, the statistically vital and highest punicalagin compound was recovered in freeze-dried powder adopted by tray-dried and sun-dried peel powders. Essentially the most minor punicalagin compound was recovered in sun-dried peel powder. As noticed in several drying therapies, the punicalagin compound was additionally statistically vital with respect to one another for a selected sort of solvent. The peel powder obtained from all respective drying (freeze-drying, tray-drying, and sun-drying) strategies weren’t recovered punicalagin compound with acetone and hexane solvent respectively. Within the peel powder of Ganesh, the statistically vital and most restoration of punicalagin compound (7.30 ± 0.01 mg/g) was recorded in freeze-dried peel powder. This punicalagin content material was additionally statistically vital and highest in comparison with all different solvents and drying therapies. The second-best consequence was obtained with ethanol solvent in freeze-dried powder (4.60 ± 0.02 mg/g). An analogous development of outcomes was additionally noticed in peel powder obtained from tray-drying technique. It was additionally famous that the peel powder obtained from freeze-drying and tray-drying technique was not recovered punicalagin compound with acetone and hexane solvent, respectively. In sun-dried peel powder extraction, the punicalagin compound was not recovered with water, acetone, and hexane solvent resulting from decrease effectivity to extract phenolic compounds from pomegranate peel. The current research outcomes are in keeping with a earlier research finished by Singh et al.38; these reported increased restoration of punicalagin compound with methanol as solvent adopted by ethanol in each the pomegranate varieties. The outcomes additionally indicated that peel powders of Bhagwa selection had the next restoration quantity of punicalagin compound than Ganesh. The outcomes demonstrated that the freeze-drying technique and methanol solvent for extraction had vital potential to retain and extract the upper quantities of punicalagin content material in comparison with different drying strategies and solvents.

In abstract, the Bhagwa extract exhibited probably the most glorious amount of phenolics corresponding to gallic acid, punicalagin, quercetin, and ellagic acid in contrast with Ganesh extract. The methanolic extract exhibited the best quantity of phenolics corresponding to ellagic acid, gallic acid, and Punicalagin. The best amount of gallic acid was detected for Bhagwa in an aqueous solvent. The research reported that hexane and acetone solvents should not appropriate for the phenolic extractions in pomegranate peels. Total the freeze-drying technique and methanol as an extraction solvent for extracting bioactive compounds from pomegranate peel are extremely advisable. Additional research are wanted to test the effectivity of a mixture of solvents (polar/non-polar) for increased restoration of pure bioactive compounds from pomegranate peel waste and different pure sources for additional software in meals and pharmaceutical sectors at a business scale.

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