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Screening for in vitro antioxidant activity and antifungal effect of Artemisia campestris L.

Year 2021, Volume 5, Issue 3, 251 - 259, 15.09.2021
https://doi.org/10.31015/jaefs.2021.3.1

Abstract

In this study, the methanolic extract (ME) and the essential oil (EO) of the medicinal plant Artemisia campestris L. were investigated for their antioxidant activity and their antifungal efficacy on the postharvest storage decays; Botrytis cinerea Pers. and Penicillium expansum Link. The total polyphenolic and flavonoid contents were determined. The ME had higher total polyphenolic and flavonoid contents (400.64 µg GAE/mg and 43.13 ± 0.14 μg QE/mg, respectively) than EO (27.47 ± 0.44 µg GAE/mg and 14.04 ± 0.82 µg QE/mg, respectively). The ME presented higher radical scavenging power than the BHT and its IC50 values were 11.71, 40.96 and 23.32 µg/mL for the DPPH, β-carotene bleaching and reducing power respectively. In the antifungal activity, the EO had the stronger effect on both molds, particularly at concentrations > 15 µL, ≥ 800 µL/L and ≥ 15 µL by fumigation, incorporation and disc-diffusion methods respectively, resulting in higher than 80% inhibition of B. cinerea mycelial growth, and from 50 to > 80% inhibition on P. expansum mycelial growth. Methanolic extract showed nearby 50% inhibition on both fungi. The EO MIC was less than 2.5 µL/mL which was shown as MFC for both molds. The bio-autography test has shown separated compounds of the ME having an inhibitor effect on spore germination. These results offer an advantage of suggesting A. campestris could be used as a material for extraction of certain antifungal chemicals for preventing spoilage in food items.

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Year 2021, Volume 5, Issue 3, 251 - 259, 15.09.2021
https://doi.org/10.31015/jaefs.2021.3.1

Abstract

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Primary Language English
Subjects Food Science and Technology, Horticulture, Plant Science
Published Date September 2021
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Nouı HENDEL (Primary Author)
University Mohamed Boudiaf of M'sila
0000-0002-6577-925X
Algeria


Sarrı DJAMEL
University Mohamed Boudiaf of M'sila
0000-0003-3617-1162
Algeria


Sarrı MADANİ
University Mohamed Boudiaf of M'sila
0000-0002-7112-0400
Algeria


Mounir SELLOUM This is me
University Mohamed Boudiaf of M'sila
0000-0002-0521-6842
Algeria


Faiza BOUSSAKRA This is me
University Mohamed Boudiaf of M'sila
0000-0002-1961-0429
Algeria


Ouahiba DRICHE This is me
University Mohamed Boudiaf of M'sila
0000-0001-7904-7546
Algeria

Publication Date September 15, 2021
Application Date February 12, 2021
Acceptance Date May 29, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2021, Volume 5, Issue 3

Cite

APA Hendel, N. , Djamel, S. , Madani, S. , Selloum, M. , Boussakra, F. & Drıche, O. (2021). Screening for in vitro antioxidant activity and antifungal effect of Artemisia campestris L. . International Journal of Agriculture Environment and Food Sciences , 5 (3) , 251-259 . DOI: 10.31015/jaefs.2021.3.1