Advanced search
Start date
Betweenand

Post-harvest technologies impact on the content of bioactive compounds in bananas, grape juice and turmeric

Grant number: 16/22665-2
Support type:Regular Research Grants
Duration: February 01, 2017 - July 31, 2019
Field of knowledge:Agronomical Sciences - Agronomy - Crop Science
Principal researcher:Giuseppina Pace Pereira Lima
Grantee:Giuseppina Pace Pereira Lima
Home Institution: Instituto de Biociências (IBB). Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). Campus de Botucatu. Botucatu , SP, Brazil
Assoc. researchers:Igor Otavio Minatel ; Marcia Ortiz Mayo Marques ; Marco Antonio Tecchio ; Maria Izabela Ferreira

Abstract

Vegetables and fruits are sources of bioactive compounds and has been described in several studies showing an inverse association between the consumption of these foods and mortality from diseases. This effect may be attributed mainly to the presence of antioxidants such as (poly) phenols, carotenoids and vitamin C and often to the bioactive amines, considered fundamental molecules in relation food / health and are often indicative of the health of the fruits and vegetables. The content of these bioactives can be changed due to post-harvest techniques, cultivation, processing, among others. In this project we will study some bioactive compounds (carotenoids, (poly)phenols and polyamines) during postharvest of different genotypes of bananas, as well as in commercial grape juices and during post-harvest processing of turmeric. We aim to continue the polyphenol studies, polyamines and carotenoids that are performed in our laboratory. In addition, we aimed to determine the biochemical this profile in genotypes of bananas after harvest, with emphasis on the carotenoid composition, phenolic compounds and polyamines in accesses (10) and / or new banana hybrids from ABG's Embrapa Cassava and, Cruz das Almas / BA during the fruit maturation process (Experiment I), in connection with the selection of superior genotypes to breeding program of that company, in order to generate of biofortified varieties with better qualities in post-harvest Musa spp. Concomitantly, after this stage of biochemical studies, genotypes will be evaluated for antioxidant activity (Experiment II). In relation to the grape juice, our aim is to analyze the contents of the (poly)phenols and biogenic amines to verify the antioxidant potential, beyond the level of some bioactive amines related to food safety. In turmeric, we intend to determine whether sliced and whole rhizomes submitted to the cooking process shows changes in antioxidant levels as total phenols and curcuminoids (curcumin, DMC and BDMC), and the content of bioactive amines, related to antioxidant activity, as well as with food security. (AU)

Articles published in Agência FAPESP Newsletter about the research grant:
Articles published in other media outlets (0 total):
More itemsLess items
VEICULO: TITULO (DATA)
VEICULO: TITULO (DATA)

Scientific publications (13)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
GOMEZ GOMEZ, HECTOR ALONZO; MAYO MARQUES, MARCIA ORTIZ; BORGES, CRISTINE VANZ; MINATEL, IGOR OTAVIO; MONTEIRO, GEAN CHARLES; RITSCHEL, PATRICIA SILVA; ZANUS, MAURO CELSO; DIAMANTE, MARLA SILVIA; KLUGE, RICARDO ALFREDO; PEREIRA LIMA, GIUSEPPINA PACE. Biogenic Amines and the Antioxidant Capacity of Juice and Wine from Brazilian Hybrid Grapevines. PLANT FOODS FOR HUMAN NUTRITION, v. 75, n. 2, . (16/22665-2)
DIAMANTE, MARLA SILVIA; BORGES, CRISTINE VANZ; DA SILVA, MONICA BARBRA; MINATEL, IGOR OTAVIO; CORREA, CAMILA RENATA; GOMEZ GOMEZ, HECTOR ALONZO; LIMA, GIUSEPPINA PACE PEREIRA. Bioactive Amines Screening in Four Genotypes of Thermally Processed Cauliflower. ANTIOXIDANTS, v. 8, n. 8, . (16/22665-2)
BORGES, CRISTINE VANZ; FILIOL BELIN, MATHEUS ANTONIO; AMORIM, EDSON PERITO; MINATEL, IGOR OTAVIO; MONTEIRO, GEAN CHARLES; GOMEZ GOMEZ, HECTOR ALONZO; STELZER MONAR, GIOVANA RAFAELA; PEREIRA LIMA, GIUSEPPINA PACE. Bioactive amines changes during the ripening and thermal processes of bananas and plantains. Food Chemistry, v. 298, . (16/22665-2, 16/00972-0, 17/23488-0)
JUNIOR, SANTINO SEABRA; CASAGRANDE, JESSICA GAWSKI; TOLEDO, CLAUDIA APARECIDA DE LIMA; PONCE, FRANCIELY DA SILVA; FERREIRA, FERNANDA DA SILVA; ZANUZO, MARCIO ROGGIA; DIAMANTE, MARLA SILVIA; LIMA, GIUSEPPINA PACE PEREIRA. Selection of thermotolerant Italian tomato cultivars with high fruit yield and nutritional quality for the consumer taste grown under protected cultivation. Scientia Horticulturae, v. 291, . (16/22665-2)
DIAMANTE, MARLA SILVIA; BORGES, CRISTINE VANZ; MINATEL, IGOR OTAVIO; JACOMINO, ANGELO PEDRO; PEREIRA BASILIO, LETICIA SILVA; MONTEIRO, GEAN CHARLES; CORREA, CAMILA RENATA; DE OLIVEIRA, ROGERIO ANTONIO; PEREIRA LIMA, GIUSEPPINA PACE. Domestic cooking practices influence the carotenoid and tocopherol content in colored cauliflower. Food Chemistry, v. 340, . (16/22665-2)
SIMOES, ADRIANO DO NASCIMENTO; DE ALMEIDA, SAMARA LOPES; BORGES, CRISTINE VANZ; FONSECA, KELEM SILVA; BARROS JUNIOR, AURELIO PAES; TAVARES DE ALBUQUERQUE, JOSE RICARDO; CORREA, CAMILA RENATA; MINATEL, IGOR OTAVIO; DOS SANTOS MORAIS, MARIA APARECIDA; DIAMANTE, MARLA SILVIA; et al. Delaying the harvest induces bioactive compounds and maintains the quality of sweet potatoes. JOURNAL OF FOOD BIOCHEMISTRY, v. 44, n. 8, . (16/22665-2)
MONTEIRO, GEAN CHARLES; MINATEL, IGOR OTAVIO; PIMENTEL JUNIOR, ADILSON; GOMEZ-GOMEZ, HECTOR ALONZO; CORREA DE CAMARGO, JOAO PEDRO; DIAMANTE, MARLA SILVIA; PEREIRA BASILIO, LETICIA SILVA; TECCHIO, MARCO ANTONIO; PEREIRA LIMA, GIUSEPPINA PACE. Bioactive compounds and antioxidant capacity of grape pomace flours. LWT-FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, v. 135, . (16/22665-2)
FERREIRA, MARIA IZABELA; MAGRO, MASSIMILIANO; MING, LIN CHAU; DA SILVA, MONICA BARTIRA; ORMOND SOBREIRA RODRIGUES, LUAN FERNANDO; DO PRADO, DEBORA ZANONI; BONAIUTO, EMANUELA; BARATELLA, DAVIDE; ROGER, JESSICA DE ALMEIDA; PEREIRA LIMA, GIUSEPPINA PACE; et al. Sustainable production of high purity curcuminoids from Curcuma longa by magnetic nanoparticles: A case study in Brazil. JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, v. 154, p. 233-241, . (13/05644-3, 16/22665-2)
DE SOUZA, CARLA BEATRIZ; PEREIRA LIMA, GIUSEPPINA PACE; BORGES, CRISTINE VANZ; GODIM DOMINGUES DIAS, LUIZA CRISTINA; FILLET SPOTO, MARTA HELENA; CASTRO, GUSTAVO ROCHA; CORREA, CAMILA RENATA; MINATEL, IGOR OTAVIO. Development of a functional rice bran cookie rich in -oryzanol. JOURNAL OF FOOD MEASUREMENT AND CHARACTERIZATION, v. 13, n. 2, p. 1070-1077, . (16/22665-2)
BORGES, V, C.; MINATEL, I. O.; AMORIM, E. P.; BELIN, M. A. F.; GOMEZ-GOMEZ, H. A.; CORREA, C. R.; LIMA, G. P. P.. Ripening and cooking processes influence the carotenoid content in bananas and plantains (Musa spp.). Food Research International, v. 124, n. SI, p. 129-136, . (16/00972-0, 16/22665-2, 17/23488-0)
DA SILVA, MONICA BARTIRA; ORMOND SOBREIRA RODRIGUES, LUAN FERNANDO; MONTEIRO, GEAN CHARLES; STELZER MONAR, GIOVANA RAFAELA; GOMEZ GOMEZ, HECTOR ALONZO; SEABRA JUNIOR, SANTINO; MINATEL, IGOR OTAVIO; PEREIRA LIMA, GIUSEPPINA PACE. Evaluation of biogenic amines and nitrate in raw and pickled jurubeba (Solanum paniculatum L.) fruit. JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY-MYSORE, v. 56, n. 6, p. 2970-2978, . (13/05644-3, 16/22665-2)
GOMES, ESTEVAO PERIN; BORGES, CRISTINE VANZ; MONTEIRO, GEAN CHARLES; BELIN, MATHEUS ANTONIO FILIOL; MINATEL, IGOR OTAVIO; JUNIOR, ADILSON PIMENTEL; TECCHIO, MARCO ANTONIO; LIMA, GIUSEPPINA PACE PEREIRA. Preharvest salicylic acid treatments improve phenolic compounds and biogenic amines in `Niagara Rosada' table grape. Postharvest Biology and Technology, v. 176, . (16/22665-2)
BORGES, V, C.; MARASCHIN, M.; COELHO, D. S.; LEONEL, M.; GOMEZ, H. A. G.; BELIN, M. A. F.; DIAMANTE, M. S.; AMORIM, E. P.; GIANETI, T.; CASTRO, G. R.; et al. Nutritional value and antioxidant compounds during the ripening and after domestic cooking of bananas and plantains. Food Research International, v. 132, . (16/00972-0, 16/22665-2, 17/23488-0)

Please report errors in scientific publications list by writing to: cdi@fapesp.br.