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Antibacterial and antifungal properties of essential oils.
This paper reviews the classical methods commonly used for the evaluation of essential oils antibacterial and antifungal activities and finds essential oils of spices and herbs were found to possess the strongest antimicrobial properties among many tested. Expand
Constituents of the essential oils of four micropropagated Solidago species
In vitro shoot culture of four Solidago species, S.virgaurea L., S.canadensis L., S.gigantea Ait. and S.graminifolia (L.) Salisb. were established from aseptically germinated seedlings. Proliferated… Expand
Antibiofilm activity of selected plant essential oils and their major components.
- A. Budzyńska, M. Więckowska-Szakiel, B. Sadowska, D. Kalemba, B. Różalska
- Biology, Medicine
- Polish journal of microbiology
The killing rate studies of S. aureus biofilm treated with TTO, LEO, MEO and some of their constituents revealed that partial destruction of 24-h-old biofilms was achieved by the concentration 4-8 x MIC after 1 h, whereas 2-4 x MIC was enough to obtain 90% reduction in biomass metabolic activity after just 4 h of treatment. Expand
Analysis of Microencapsulation Ability of Essential Oils during Spray Drying
Results of preliminary investigations of the preservation of elemi (E) and peppermint (M) oils in a maltodextrin microcapsule during spray drying of emulsion in a laboratory dryer are discussed. The… Expand
Composition of essential oil from seeds of Nigella sativa L. cultivated in Poland
Forty-eight compounds have been identified in the essential oil from Nigella sativa (black cumin) seeds, 14 of which are volatiles that have never been isolated from black cumin before. This is the… Expand
Constituents of the essential oil of Solidago gigantea Ait. (giant goldenrod)
The hydrodistilled essential oil of aerial parts of S. gigantea was investigated by GC, GC–MS and NMR spectroscopy. Two samples (1990/91, Warsaw, and 1998, Łodź) yielding 0.55% and 70% of essential… Expand
Essential Oil Composition and Plant-Insect Relations in Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris L.)
A review of methods of isolation, chemical composition and biological activity of essential oil of different organs of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) was presented. The data on relation between… Expand
Composition of rugosa rose (Rosa rugosa thunb.) hydrolate according to the time of distillation
Abstract Rugosa rose ( Rosa rugosa Thunb.) is one of the most common rose species in Poland. It has mild soil and climate requirements and is resistant to low temperatures. Rugosa rose hips are a… Expand
The effects of thyme (Thymus vulgaris) and rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) essential oils on Brochothrix thermosphacta and on the shelf life of beef packaged in high-oxygen modified atmosphere.
- A. Nowak, D. Kalemba, L. Krala, M. Piotrowska, Agata Czyżowska
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Food microbiology
- 1 October 2012
The addition of any of oil at a concentration equal to 2MIC to the modified atmosphere (80% O(2)/20% CO(2)) does not significantly influence the microbial quality of meat, but such a concentration of the essential oils was considerably detrimental to the organoleptic factors. Expand
Microencapsulation of Nigella sativa oleoresin by spray drying for food and nutraceutical applications.
Oleoresin of Nigella sativa L. (Black cumin) was obtained from the seeds using hexane extraction at room temperature. The oleoresin was emulsified in an aqueous solution containing gum… Expand