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Rosa davurica Pall., a useful Rosa species for functional rose hip production with high content of antioxidants and multiple antioxidant activities in hydrophilic extract

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Title: Rosa davurica Pall., a useful Rosa species for functional rose hip production with high content of antioxidants and multiple antioxidant activities in hydrophilic extract
Authors: Osada, Arisa Browse this author
Horikawa, Kentaro Browse this author
Wakita, Youichi Browse this author
Nakamura, Hideo Browse this author
Ukai, Mitsuko Browse this author
Shimura, Hanako Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Jitsuyama, Yutaka Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Suzuki, Takashi Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Keywords: Ascorbic acid
radical scavenging activity
Rosa spp
Issue Date: 3-Jan-2022
Publisher: Elsevier
Journal Title: Scientia horticulturae
Volume: 291
Start Page: 110528
Publisher DOI: 10.1016/j.scienta.2021.110528
Abstract: Fruits of the genus Rosa plants are called rose hips. The common hips of R. canina are well known as a rich source of antioxidants like ascorbic acid and polyphenols. To investigate availability in the hips in Rosa spp., wild Rosa hips originating from East Asia, i.e. R. acicularis, R. davurica, R. multiflora and R. rugosa were evaluated in terms of the content of antioxidants and antioxidant ability in the hydrophilic extracts. The hips from R. glauca originating from south Europe and its interspecific hybrids ('Kitaayaka' and 'Consared'), and purchased R. canina hips were also examined. In addition to the colorimetric detections of DPPH and ORAC, ESR-ST methods were employed for evaluating antioxidant ability, which can determine scavenging activities against naturally-occurring ROS i.e. superoxide anion radical (center dot O2-), hydroxyl radical (HO center dot), alkoxyl radical (RO center dot) and singlet oxygen (1O2), individually. The hips of R. davurica and 'Consared' showed quite high values in both the total content of ASA plus DHA (40.8-103.1 g/kg DW) and total polyphenols (119.2-161.5 g quercetin eq./kg DW) regardless of the years collected. They also had high antioxidant activities against each radical compared to other rose hips, and thus their antioxidant ability seems multiple. Both ASA and polyphenols could scavenge radicals of ROO center dot and 1O2, since significant correlations (P< 0.05) were confirmed. However, polyphenols might have greater contribution to the antioxidant activities, because the correlation coefficients were higher in total polyphenols than ASA. R. davurica can be one of the useful genetic resources for breeding cultivars which will bear antioxidant-rich rose hips, since 'Consared' is a progeny of R. davurica x glauca.
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