Event Title

Distribution of total phenols and flavonoids in flowers and leaves of Sambucus nigra from Kosovo

Session

Pharmaceutical and Natural Sciences

Description

Sambucus nigra is very popular medicinal plant widely used in many parts of the world in herbal medicine and kitchen. Almost every part of this plant has some usages and have been well known due to their extraordinary properties. Total phenolic content (TPC) and total flavonoid content (TFC) were determinated in methanolic extracts of flowers and leaves of Sambucus nigra collected in eleven different localities in Kosovo. The TPC in methanolic extract of flower and leaf was expressed as mg of gallic acid equivalents/g dry weight of sample (mg GAE/g DW) and ranged from 30.78±0.18 (SN9-FL) to 48.59±0.31 mg GAE/g DW (SN7-FL) and from 25.55±0.28 (SN9-LE) to 48.80±0.18 mg GAE/g DW (SN8-LE), respectively. The TFC of these extracts was expressed as mg of quercetine equivalents/g dry weight of sample (mg QE/g DW) and ranged from 1.18±0.12 (SN9-FL) to 8.29±0.10 mg QE/g DW (SN11-FL) for the flower and from 1.61±0.09 (SN9-LE) to 6.81±0.67 mg QE/g DW (SN7-LE) for the leaf.

Keywords:

Sambucus nigra, flower, leaf, phenolics, flavonoids, methanolic extract

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

First Page

1

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.89

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Distribution of total phenols and flavonoids in flowers and leaves of Sambucus nigra from Kosovo

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Sambucus nigra is very popular medicinal plant widely used in many parts of the world in herbal medicine and kitchen. Almost every part of this plant has some usages and have been well known due to their extraordinary properties. Total phenolic content (TPC) and total flavonoid content (TFC) were determinated in methanolic extracts of flowers and leaves of Sambucus nigra collected in eleven different localities in Kosovo. The TPC in methanolic extract of flower and leaf was expressed as mg of gallic acid equivalents/g dry weight of sample (mg GAE/g DW) and ranged from 30.78±0.18 (SN9-FL) to 48.59±0.31 mg GAE/g DW (SN7-FL) and from 25.55±0.28 (SN9-LE) to 48.80±0.18 mg GAE/g DW (SN8-LE), respectively. The TFC of these extracts was expressed as mg of quercetine equivalents/g dry weight of sample (mg QE/g DW) and ranged from 1.18±0.12 (SN9-FL) to 8.29±0.10 mg QE/g DW (SN11-FL) for the flower and from 1.61±0.09 (SN9-LE) to 6.81±0.67 mg QE/g DW (SN7-LE) for the leaf.