The cagaitera (Eugenia dysenterica D.C.) is a native fruit species from the Cerrado region of Brazil. Its main use is for food, but it has medical, pharmaceutical. The aims of this work were to elaborate a fruit wine from cagaita (Eugenia dysenterica DC) pulp and to compare the fermentations conducted with free and with. The mature fruits of cagaita (Eugenia dysenterica) are harvested by hand. After cleaning (immersion in sodium hypochlorite ppm) and selection, the fruits.

Author: Voodooktilar Gardajora
Country: Kuwait
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Education
Published (Last): 20 July 2004
Pages: 40
PDF File Size: 16.78 Mb
ePub File Size: 11.80 Mb
ISBN: 953-3-62600-955-5
Downloads: 90384
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Faedal

All electrolyte salts, solvents, and reagents were of analytical grade. Subscribe to Table of Contents Alerts. Microbiological analysis of whole, retentate and clarified cagaita pulp.

This xysenterica explains why loperamide has no direct effect on absorption, since its action mechanism is related to interaction with the -opioid receptor, prolonging intestinal transit [ 39 ].

Some euyenia of the polyphenols content in ethanolic Ion concentration analyses suggest that the antidiarrheal action was not caused by an antisecretory mechanism in the diarrhea model induced by ricin oil.

Physiological development of cagaita (Eugenia dysenterica).

Superoxide Dismutase SOD Activity The principle of this method is the ability of superoxide dismutase enzyme to inhibit the autoxidation of epinephrine. Eucalyptus deglupta Rainbow Eucalyptus. Eugenia patrisii Turtle Berry. Eugenia punicifolia Beach Cherry.


Syzygium oleosum Blue Lilly Pilly.

All animals that survived 22 days of treatment were submitted to laparotomy for removal of the small intestine and liver. Moisture content was Leaves were dried at C in a dyssnterica air oven. Evaluation of antidiarrheal effects of E. Syzygium suborbiculare Lady Apple.

Eugenia dysenterica

Henceforth, the thermodynamic reducing feasibility and their reversible profile imply that CHE possesses noteworthy antioxidant properties [ 89 ]. Particle size analysis is an important tool to observe the enzymatic hydrolysis and the particle size reduction in order to optimize the membrane pore size before clarification processes.

The authors did not mention whether the pulp eugenka obtained with or without peels. Edited by Innocenzo Muzzalupo. Minerals in the unpeeled cagaita pulp Eugenia dysenterica DC.

Flowers are highly fragrant.

Syzygium versteegii Syzygium versteegii. Since this group was solely treated with AlCl 3it can be attested that this metal promotes memory impairment.

All results evaluated from mice subjected to 90 days of aluminium exposure. Psidium firmum Savanna Guava.

Fruit cut open to reveal flesh and seed Photograph by: Retrieved from ” https: Trichloroacetic acid TCA and glycine were purchased from Vetec. According to Carvalho et al. Aspects such as short- and long-term memories are assayed in order to study memory retention capabilities, whereas locomotor, exploratory activity, and motor impairment are assayed to study the influence of the tested compounds in motor system.


The dehydrated material was clarified with xylol and embedded in Paraplast Histosec, Merck.

SEINet Portal Network – Eugenia dysenterica

The experiments reported here comply with ethical procedures with investigated animals [ 17 ]. Cagaita Eugenia dysenterica Small, yellow to slightly orange fruit with a thin skin and a very juicy, acidic pulp.

It can also be reproduced in vitro from gems.

Values of mean and standard deviation of the effect exerted by the samples at different periods: The results for the flux of the juice permeate were acceptable and the permeate was clear and translucent. More statistics for editors and authors Login to your personal dashboard for more detailed statistics on your publications. However, further experiments need to be done to elucidate our interpretation.

After enzymatic hydrolysis of lemon juice at different incubation times, Carvalho et al.