• Title/Summary/Keyword: Oenothera odorata jacquin

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Extraction and Characterization of Antibacterial Components from the Roots of Evening Primrose (Oenothera odorata Jacquin) (달맞이꽃(Oenothera odorata Jacquin) 뿌리에서 추훌한 황균성분의 특성)

  • Sin, Sung-Jin;Kwon, Soon-Kyung;Lee, Kweon-Haeng;Sung, Nack-Do;Choi, Woo-Young
    • Korean Journal of Agricultural Science
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    • v.21 no.1
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    • pp.54-59
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    • 1994
  • An antibacterial component was isolated from the roots of evening primrose(Oenothera odorata Jacquin). The component was purified by repeated preparative TLC of the chloroform-extract with solvent system of toluene(7):ethyl acetate(4):formic acid(O.8). NMR spectrum indicated that it is a steroid compound containing radical(-C=C-C=0) and aromatic structures. Its antibacterial activity against strains of the genus Streptococcus was relatively high, the MIC value was 50 acccording to the Hoechst Manual-345, as compared with the other genera such as Staphylococcus and Escherichia.

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Effect of Oenothera odorata jacquin Dye and Mordants on Chitosan Fiber (키토산 부직포의 달맞이꽃을 이용한 염색성 및 매염효과)

  • Seo, Hye-Young;Song, Wha-Soon
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.35 no.1
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    • pp.115-124
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    • 2011
  • This study provides an eco-friendly dyeing processing for chitosan fiber using Oenothera odorata jacquin as a dye. The effects of chemical mordants (Al, Cu, Fe) and natural mordant (Chestnut shell) on the color change for dyed chitosan fibers were measured by K/S values, L, $a^*$, $b^*$, H, V, C values, color fastness, and antimicrobial activity. The results are as follows. Dyeing conditions of Oenothera odorata jacquin on chitosan fibers were optimized to $70^{\circ}C$, 30 minutes and 200% on weight of fabric (o.w.f.). The pre-mordant concentration of aluminium (Al), copper (Cu) and iron (Fe) of chitosan fibers was optimized to 3% (o.w.f.) and 1% (o.w.f.), respectively. The post-mordant concentration of chemicals, such as Al, Cu and Fe, on chitosan was determined to 1% (o.w.f.). The hue of chitosan fibers by chemical mordants was measured to be reddish & yellow. The pre-mordant concentration of Chestnut shell of chitosan was optimized to 70% (o.w.f.). The post-mordant concentration of Chestnut shell on chitosan was determined to be 50% (o.w.f.). The hue of chitosan fibers by Chestnut shell mordant was measured to be reddish & yellow. The wet cleaning fastness of chitosan fibers was improved by a pre-mordant that used chemical mordants. In the case of the Chestnut shell mordant, the wet cleaning fastness was improved by a post-mordant. The dry cleaning fastness of chitosan fibers was excellent regardless of mordants and mordant methods. The antimicrobial activity of the chitosan fiber was shown at 99.9% and its excellent qualities remained after the dyeing and mordant processing.

Effects of Chestnut hulls Mordant on Oenothera Odorata Jacguin-Dyed Fabrics (달맞이꽃 염색시 율피매염 효과)

  • Seo, Hye-Young;Kim, Hye-Rim;Song, Wha-Soon
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.13 no.6
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    • pp.983-989
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    • 2011
  • This study aimed to identify mordant effects of Chestnut hulls. The color of post and pre-mordanted fabrics were measured in terms of H, V, C, $L^*$, $a^*$, $b^*$, and K/S values. In addition, color fastness and antimicrobial activity were evaluated. The pre-mordant concentration of Chestnut hulls for cotton, mercerized cotton and silk was optimized to 50% (o.w.f.) and 70% (o.w.f.), respectively. Post-mordant concentration of Chestnut hulls of mercerized cotton, silk and cotton was optimized to 50% (o.w.f.) and 90% (o.w.f.), respectively. The hue of fabrics was influenced by mordant methods, such as pre-mordant and post-mordant, slightly. Wet cleaning fastness of pre-mordanted cotton and mercerized cotton fabrics was higher than that of post-mordanted fabrics. The wet cleaning fastness of silk fabrics was not affected by the mordant method, and their fastness were proved to be excellent. The dry cleaning fastness of post-mordanted cotton fabrics was higher than that of pre-mordanted cotton fabrics. The dry cleaning fastness of mercerized cotton and silk was proved to be excellent regardless of mordant methods. The antimicrobial activity of Oenothera odorata jacquin dyed fabrics and Chestnut hulls mordanted fabrics was proved to 99.9%, and their excellent antimicrobial activity remained after wet and dry cleaning.