Cilt 15, Sayı 3, Sayfalar 315 - 321 2017-10-22

Yağlı Tohum Kabuklarının Biyoaktif Bileşen Potansiyeli ve Gıdalarda Kullanımı
Bioactive Component Potential of Oilseed Hulls and their Use in Food Products

Elif Öztürk [1] , Gülden Ova [2]

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Bu derlemede, gıda sanayisinde işlenen badem, ceviz, kakao, kahve, susam, antepfıstığı, yer fıstığı, kabak çekirdeği, kaju, fındık, keten tohumu ve kolza gibi yağlı tohumların yan ürün olarak açığa çıkan kabuklarının kimyasal bileşenleri, antioksidan aktiviteleri, fenolik bileşenleri, diyet lifi gibi biyoaktif bileşenleri üzerinde yapılmış çeşitli çalışmalara yer verilmiştir. Son yıllarda gıdalara fonksiyonel özellik kazandırabilecek hammaddeler üzerinde araştırmalar önem kazanmıştır. Yağlı tohum kabuklarının gıda artığı olması nedeniyle ucuz hammadde olarak temin edilebilmesi fonksiyonel gıda sanayisinin de ilgisini çekmektedir. Yağlı tohum kabuklarının besin değerleri ve biyoaktif içerikleri konusunda elde edilmiş verilerin fonksiyonel gıda üreticileri için kaynak oluşturmasına yardımcı olmak bu derlemenin amacını oluşturmaktadır.

In this review, chemical components, antioxidant activity, phenolic constituents and dietary fiber contents of hulls of oilseeds such as almond, walnut, cocoa, coffee, sesame, pistachio, peanut, pumpkin, cashew, hazelnut, flaxseed and rapeseed as by-products of food industry were discussed. In recent years, research on the raw materials that can provide food functional properties has gained importance. The fact that oilseed shells can be supplied as cheap raw materials attracts the attention of functional food industry. The purpose of this review is to provide a source on nutritional value and bioactive compounds of hulls of oilseeds to functional food producers.

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Orcid: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-0130-7250
Yazar: Elif Öztürk
E-posta: gulden.ova@ege.edu.tr

Orcid: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9161-0212
Yazar: Gülden Ova
E-posta: gulden.ova@ege.edu.tr

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APA Öztürk, E , Ova, G . (2017). Yağlı Tohum Kabuklarının Biyoaktif Bileşen Potansiyeli ve Gıdalarda Kullanımı. Akademik Gıda, 15 (3), 315-321. DOI: 10.24323/akademik-gida.345280
MLA Öztürk, E , Ova, G . "Yağlı Tohum Kabuklarının Biyoaktif Bileşen Potansiyeli ve Gıdalarda Kullanımı". Akademik Gıda 15 (2017): 315-321 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/akademik-gida/issue/31629/345280>
Chicago Öztürk, E , Ova, G . "Yağlı Tohum Kabuklarının Biyoaktif Bileşen Potansiyeli ve Gıdalarda Kullanımı". Akademik Gıda 15 (2017): 315-321
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