Year 2019, Volume 5 , Issue 3, Pages 160 - 167 2019-07-01

COMPARISON OF SOME BIOACTIVE COMPONENTS OF EMMER WHEAT [Triticum dicoccum (SCHRANK) SCHÜBLER] CULTIVARS FROM TWO DIFFERENT ORIGINS GROWN UNDER THE SAME CONDITIONS

Zhana Petkova [1] , Magdalena Stoyanova [2] , Stanko Stankov [3] , Hafize Fidan [4] , Mina Dzhivoderova [5] , Aspasia Pahopoulou [6] , Pavel Merdzhanov [7] , Anna Koleva [8] , Sezai Ercisli [9] , Albena Stoyanova [10]


The chemical composition (lipids, fatty acids, proteins, amino acids, starch, dietary fiber, sterols and tocopherols) of two Emmer wheat [Triticum dicoccum (Schrank) Schübler=Triticum dicoccon Schrank] cultivars grown under the same condition in Greece was analyzed. Starch accounted for the highest percentage of the detected substances (67.1-69.4%), followed by proteins (16.1-17.5%) and dietary fiber (ADF 2.1-2.5% and αNDF 5.7-12.0%). The main fatty acids in the lipid fractions (1.36-1.62%) were oleic (35.4-37.0%), palmitic (28.0-31.5%) and linoleic (23.3-28.9%) acids. g-Tocotrienol (46.1-53.2%), a-tocopherol (28.6-34.4%) and β-tocopherol (15.9-17.8%) predominated in the tocopherol fraction, and b-sitosterol (61.3-67.0%) and campesterol (31.3-37.3%) in the sterol fraction. Arginine (10.8-13.2 g/100 g protein), proline (8.7-13.0 g/100 g protein) and tyrosine (8.3-9.2 g/100 g protein) dominated in the amino acids.

Emmer wheat, Triticum dicoccum (Schrank) Schübler, Dietary fiber, Sterols, Fatty acids, Amino acids, Bioactive components
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Primary Language en
Subjects Food Science and Technology
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0001-7798-9687
Author: Zhana Petkova (Primary Author)
Institution: Paisii Hilendarski University of Plovdiv, Plovdiv
Country: Bulgaria


Orcid: 0000-0003-4973-5991
Author: Magdalena Stoyanova
Institution: University of Food Technologies, Plovdiv
Country: Bulgaria


Orcid: 0000-0003-2332-1782
Author: Stanko Stankov
Institution: University of Food Technologies, Plovdiv
Country: Bulgaria


Orcid: 0000-0002-3373-5949
Author: Hafize Fidan (Primary Author)
Institution: University of Food Technologies, Plovdiv
Country: Bulgaria


Orcid: 0000-0003-4990-7247
Author: Mina Dzhivoderova
Institution: University of Food Technologies, Plovdiv
Country: Bulgaria


Orcid: 0000-0002-4356-6990
Author: Aspasia Pahopoulou
Institution: University of Food Technologies, Plovdiv
Country: Bulgaria


Orcid: 0000-0002-8396-7211
Author: Pavel Merdzhanov
Institution: University of Food Technologies, Plovdiv
Country: Bulgaria


Orcid: 0000-0002-3579-0079
Author: Anna Koleva
Institution: University of Food Technologies, Plovdiv
Country: Bulgaria


Orcid: 0000-0001-5006-5687
Author: Sezai Ercisli
Institution: Ataturk University Agricultural Faculty, Erzurum
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0003-0893-4660
Author: Albena Stoyanova
Institution: University of Food Technologies, Plovdiv
Country: Bulgaria


Dates

Publication Date : July 1, 2019

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APA Petkova, Z , Stoyanova, M , Stankov, S , Fidan, H , Dzhivoderova, M , Pahopoulou, A , Merdzhanov, P , Koleva, A , Ercisli, S , Stoyanova, A . (2019). COMPARISON OF SOME BIOACTIVE COMPONENTS OF EMMER WHEAT [Triticum dicoccum (SCHRANK) SCHÜBLER] CULTIVARS FROM TWO DIFFERENT ORIGINS GROWN UNDER THE SAME CONDITIONS. Food and Health , 5 (3) , 160-167 . DOI: 10.3153/FH19017
MLA Petkova, Z , Stoyanova, M , Stankov, S , Fidan, H , Dzhivoderova, M , Pahopoulou, A , Merdzhanov, P , Koleva, A , Ercisli, S , Stoyanova, A . "COMPARISON OF SOME BIOACTIVE COMPONENTS OF EMMER WHEAT [Triticum dicoccum (SCHRANK) SCHÜBLER] CULTIVARS FROM TWO DIFFERENT ORIGINS GROWN UNDER THE SAME CONDITIONS". Food and Health 5 (2019 ): 160-167 <http://jfhs.scientificwebjournals.com/en/issue/42227/462041>
Chicago Petkova, Z , Stoyanova, M , Stankov, S , Fidan, H , Dzhivoderova, M , Pahopoulou, A , Merdzhanov, P , Koleva, A , Ercisli, S , Stoyanova, A . "COMPARISON OF SOME BIOACTIVE COMPONENTS OF EMMER WHEAT [Triticum dicoccum (SCHRANK) SCHÜBLER] CULTIVARS FROM TWO DIFFERENT ORIGINS GROWN UNDER THE SAME CONDITIONS". Food and Health 5 (2019 ): 160-167
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ISNAD Petkova, Zhana , Stoyanova, Magdalena , Stankov, Stanko , Fidan, Hafize , Dzhivoderova, Mina , Pahopoulou, Aspasia , Merdzhanov, Pavel , Koleva, Anna , Ercisli, Sezai , Stoyanova, Albena . "COMPARISON OF SOME BIOACTIVE COMPONENTS OF EMMER WHEAT [Triticum dicoccum (SCHRANK) SCHÜBLER] CULTIVARS FROM TWO DIFFERENT ORIGINS GROWN UNDER THE SAME CONDITIONS". Food and Health 5 / 3 (July 2019): 160-167 . https://doi.org/10.3153/FH19017
AMA Petkova Z , Stoyanova M , Stankov S , Fidan H , Dzhivoderova M , Pahopoulou A , Merdzhanov P , Koleva A , Ercisli S , Stoyanova A . COMPARISON OF SOME BIOACTIVE COMPONENTS OF EMMER WHEAT [Triticum dicoccum (SCHRANK) SCHÜBLER] CULTIVARS FROM TWO DIFFERENT ORIGINS GROWN UNDER THE SAME CONDITIONS. Food Health. 2019; 5(3): 160-167.
Vancouver Petkova Z , Stoyanova M , Stankov S , Fidan H , Dzhivoderova M , Pahopoulou A , Merdzhanov P , Koleva A , Ercisli S , Stoyanova A . COMPARISON OF SOME BIOACTIVE COMPONENTS OF EMMER WHEAT [Triticum dicoccum (SCHRANK) SCHÜBLER] CULTIVARS FROM TWO DIFFERENT ORIGINS GROWN UNDER THE SAME CONDITIONS. Food and Health. 2019; 5(3): 167-160.