GC-MS evaluation of bioactive phytochemicals of commercial green teas (Camellia sinensis) of India

Authors

  • SenthilKumar SR RESEARCH SCHOLARDEPARTMENT OF BOTANYANNAMALAI UNIVERSITYCHIDAMBARAMTAMIL NADUINDIA
  • Sivakumar T Assistant professor Department of Botany Annamalai University Chidambaram
  • Arulmozhi Kt Assistant ProfessorPhysics Wing DDEAnnamalai universityChidambaram
  • Mythili N Research Scholar Department of Physics Annamalai University Chidambaram

Abstract

Objective: An attempt has been made to identify the presence and composition of bioactive phytochemcials present in six commercial green tea
(Camellia Sinensis) samples acquired from diverse locations of India. Methods: Gas chromatography-mass spectroscopy technique was used for
the qualitative and quantitative analysis of the phytochemicals present in the green tea samples. Results: The results indicated the presence of
various secondary metabolites like pyrogallol, quinic acid, caffeine, xanthine alkaloid palmitic acid, diterpene, linolenic acid in the studied samples.
Conclusion: The total peak area percentages of health beneficial phytochemicals in the green tea samples were in the range of 83 to 96.

Keywords: Gas chromatography-mass spectroscopy analysis, Phytochemical screening, Green tea, Bioactivity.

Author Biography

SenthilKumar SR, RESEARCH SCHOLARDEPARTMENT OF BOTANYANNAMALAI UNIVERSITYCHIDAMBARAMTAMIL NADUINDIA

Department rank holder in Post graduation

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Published

2015-05-01

How to Cite

SenthilKumar SR, S. T, A. Kt, and M. N. “GC-MS Evaluation of Bioactive Phytochemicals of Commercial Green Teas (Camellia Sinensis) of India”. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, vol. 8, no. 3, May 2015, pp. 278-82, https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ajpcr/article/view/5632.

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