A1 Journal article – refereed
Correlating supercritical fluid extraction parameters with volatile compounds from Finnish wild mushrooms (Craterellus tubaeformis) and yield prediction by partial least squares regression analysis




List of Authors: Chen X, Huynh N, Cui HP, Zhou P, Zhang XM, Yang BR
Publisher: ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
Publication year: 2018
Journal: RSC Advances
Journal name in source: RSC ADVANCES
Journal acronym: RSC ADV
Volume number: 8
Issue number: 10
Number of pages: 10
ISSN: 2046-2069

Abstract
Supercritical fluid was applied to extract volatile compounds from Finnish wild mushrooms (Craterellus tubaeformis). The effects of extraction pressure, temperature and supercritical carbon dioxide volume on extraction yield and the content of mushroom alcohols in the extracts were investigated in the range from 80 to 95 bar, 35 to 55 degrees C and 30 to 70 mL, respectively. The correlation between extracted volatile compounds and supercritical fluid extraction parameters was studied and prediction models of ten extracted aroma compounds were established by partial least squares regression (PLSR). The calibrated and validated models of 2-octen-1-ol (R_(cal) = 0.96, R_(2)(cal) = 0.91, R_(val) = 0.94, R_(2)(val) = 0.88) and geranyl acetone (R_(cal) = 0.96, R_(2)(cal) = 0.92, R_(val) = 0.95, R_(2)(val) = 0.90) were satisfactory, and had the predictive capability of 88% and 92%, respectively. Moreover, the predictive equations for other extracted aroma compounds were also proved to be sufficiently accurate. Hence, the present study provides useful reference for extraction of volatile compounds from mushrooms using supercritical fluid for further industrial applications.

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