This aim of this study was to determine the mineral contents in the plant of anthemis pseudocotula boiss with several solvents by Ion Chromatography , that the plant Anthemis pseudocotula Boiss commonly native and collected from their natural place from Hawdian’s village soran/Erbil, North Iraq.The extract of five solvent as (distilled water, ethanol, distilled water: ethanol, hexane: ethanol and hexane) with both technique of microwave and conventional extraction. It was shown that fifteen mineral ion compounds were identified in the suppressed IC technique. Our results were detected eight mineral ions as (F, Cl-, PO4+, SO4+, NH4, K+, Mg and Ca+) from 15 ions in our plant according to solvent extract and method technique. The concentrations of mineral ion compounds were the results showed high amounts of K+ (71.370ppm), Ca+ (71.420ppm), PO4+ (24.164ppm), SO4+ (28.127 ppm), Cl- (17.548 ppm) and Mg (10.279ppm) were found by microwave extraction with distilled water and ethanol with other solvents respectively. Furthermore, the results showed that mineral values of the K+ (43.277 ppm), SO4+ (26.761 ppm), Cl- (18.028 ppm) were high concentration by conventional extraction with distilled water and water-ethanol solvents, respectively. These results were compatible with quantitative measurements. This study showed that the technique of microwave with distilled water and ethanol: distilled water solvents were important for the minerals content of Anthemis pseudocotula Boiss, a precious plant.
|Subjects||Pharmacology and Pharmacy, Food Science and Technology, Chemistry, Multidisciplinary|
|Thanks||We are thankful to General Science Department, Faculty of Education, Soran University, Erbil, Iraq, and Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam University, Department of Bioengineering and Sciences.|
Publication Date : June 27, 2020
|APA||H.balaky, H , Karaoğul, E , Altuntaş, E , Hammadı, A , Galalaey, A , Alma, M . (2020). Analysis of Mineral Compound of Plant Anthemis pseudocotula Boiss with Different Solvents by Ion Chromatography . Current Perspectives on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CUPMAP) , 3 (1) , 8-17 . DOI: 10.38093/cupmap.680033|