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Title

Antioxidant activity of seed polyphenols in fifteen wild Lathyrus species from South Spain

AuthorsPastor-Cavada, Elena ; Juan, Rocío; Pastor, Julio E.; Alaíz Barragán, Manuel ; Vioque, Javier
KeywordsLathyrus
Seed phenolics
Antioxidant activity
Issue DateApr-2009
PublisherElsevier
CitationLWT - Food Science and Technology 42(3): 705-709 (2009)
AbstractAntioxidant activity of seed phenolics was studied in the following Lathyrus species: Lathyrus hirsutus, Lathyrus filiformis, Lathyrus sativus, Lathyrus cicera, Lathyrus angulatus, Lathyrus sphaericus, Lathyrus annuus, Lathyrus clymenum, Lathyrus pratensis, Lathyrus ochrus, Lathyrus aphaca, Lathyrus latifolius, Lathyrus setifolius, Lathyrus tingitanus and Lathyrus amphicarpos. Phenolic contents ranged from 3.8 mg/g meal in L. setifolius to 29.2 mg/g meal in L. sphaericus. In general, non-cultivated Lathyrus species contained higher phenolic contents than cultivated ones. A negative correlation between seed size and phenolic contents was observed and was related to the higher proportion of hulls in the smaller seeds. L. annuus possessed phenolics with highest specific antioxidant activity. These phenolics were more than two times more antioxidant than equivalent amounts of phenolics extracted from commercial chickpea, lupin or soy. On the other hand, L. aphaca possessed the highest antioxidant activity per mg of flour extract. This antioxidant activity was twice that observed in same amounts of extracted flours from commercial chickpea, lupin or soy. Results show that studied Lathyrus species are rich in phenolic compounds with higher antioxidant activity than phenolics of widely consumed legumes such as soy, chickpea or lupin. In conclusion, Lathyrus may represent an interesting source of phenolic compounds with high antioxidant activity that may be useful as natural antioxidants and contribute to revalorize the cultivation of these legumes.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lwt.2008.10.006
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/55106
DOI10.1016/j.lwt.2008.10.006
ISSN0023-6438
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