Comparative analysis of hydrosols volatile components of Citrus aurantium 'Daidai' and Citrus aurantium L. dried buds with different extraction processes on HS-SPME-GC-MS

Published: 28 May 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/crjv374mn7.1
xinyue Xie


In order to provide theoretical support for the in-depth exploration of the basis of medicine and food homology properties of CAVA, and to improve the utilization rate of waste resources, CAVA and CADB were carried out in two pre-treatment methods, namely, immersion and ultrasonic-microwave synergy, and were extracted by steam distillation to collect the hydrosol. The volatile components in the hydrosol were enriched and characterized by HS-SPME-GC-MS, with a view to filling the gaps in the relevant research, enhancing the utilization of resources, reducing the wastage of resources, and ultimately laying theoretical foundations for the deep and intensive processing of hydrosols. The experimental materials were harvested on April 20, 2022 from the Citrus aurantium L. planting base of Sichuan Shugeng Agricultural Development Co., Ltd. in Sanbanqiao village, Guanyinqiao town, Linshui county, Guang'an city, Sichuan province. It was identified by associate researcher Zhou Xianjian of the Sichuan Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine as the dried flower buds of Citrus aurantium L., a citrus plant of the rutaceae family, and its variant Citrus aurantium 'Daidai'.



Chengdu University


Agronomy, Food Science