Research regarding drying yield and essential oil quantity for Salvia Officinalis L.
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VODĂ, Andreea-Daniela; ZAHARIA, Marius; BREZEANU, Creola; LUNGOCI, Constantin; CLINCIU RADU, Roxana Alexandrina; ROBU, Teodor. Research regarding drying yield and essential oil quantity for Salvia Officinalis L.. In: Agronomie şi agroecologie. Vol.52(1), 1 ianuarie 2018, Chişinău. Chişinău: Centrul editorial UASM, 2018, pp. 23-29. ISBN 978-.
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Agronomie şi agroecologie
Vol.52(1), 2018
Simpozionul "„85 ani ai Facultăţii de Agronomie – realizări şi perspective”, dedicat aniversării a 85 de ani de la fondarea Universităţii Agrare de Stat din Moldova"
Chişinău, Moldova, 1 ianuarie 2018

Research regarding drying yield and essential oil quantity for Salvia Officinalis L.

CZU: 633.811:631.55

Pag. 23-29

Vodă Andreea-Daniela, Zaharia Marius, Brezeanu Creola, Lungoci Constantin, Clinciu Radu Roxana Alexandrina, Robu Teodor
 
„Ion Ionescu de la Brad” University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine ,Iaşi
 
Disponibil în IBN: 5 decembrie 2019


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Even though the interest towards medicinal and aromatic plants was reduced for a significative amount of time in history, nowadays, especially in economically developed countries, but not only, there is a tendency towards resuming the consumption of medicinal and aromatic plants. The main preservation technique for medicinal and aromatic plants is by drying. Drying plants has a lot of benefits like increasing the storage time and bringing easiness in processing it as different pharmaceutical and food products. Salvia officinalis L. is among one of the most valued plants regarding its content in essential oil, and as well the active compounds we can find in it. When comes to salvia species, the common sage is considered to contain the highest essential yield (Newall et al., 1996). The purpose of this paper is to determine the drying yield of each plant organ for Salvia officinalis L., and as well the diurnal variation effects on the quantity of the essential oil.

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common sage, Salvia officinalis L., essential oil, drying dynamics, preservation