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Towards Sustainability in the Wine Industry by Valorization of Waste Products
Bioactive Extracts




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ISBN 9781032489490
July 25, 2023 Forthcoming by CRC Press
136 Pages 11 Color & 20 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This volume in our Sustainability: Contributions through Science and Technology series reviews the use of alternative green technologies (pressurized liquid and supercritical fluid extractions) for grape biomass valorization. Environmental sustainability and circular economy are discussed in relation to agro-industrial waste in the winemaking industry. The waste contaminates the water and soil and in large quantities, it has been related to bad odors, a high content of organic matter in water and greenhouse gas emissions over the entire winemaking industry,Here, the authors illustrate how green extraction of commercially valuable substances can be scaled up at an industrial level.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1

The Environmental Issue of the Wine Industry Waste and Its Recovery: An Overview

Siby I. Garcés Polo, Oscar L. Ortiz Medina, Patricia Joyce Pamela Zorro Mateus

Chapter 2

Collection of Potentially Biologically Active Extracts from Isabella Grape Pomace Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide

Karen Julieth Arce Jiménez, Ana María Cuta Martínez, Patricia Joyce Pamela Zorro Mateus, Siby I. Garcés Polo

Chapter 3

Obtaining Potentially Functional Oils from Isabella Grape (Vitis labrusca L.) Pomace Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide

Alba Sofía Parra Carvajal, Angie Paola Toro Cardona, Patricia Joyce Pamela Zorro Mateus, Henry Isaac Castro Vargas, Siby I. Garcés Polo

Chapter 4

Recovery of Phenolic Antioxidants from Isabella Grape (Vitis labrusca L.) Pomace Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Added with Ethanol as Co-Solvent

Jenny Viviana Bejarano Pérez, Jessica Tatiana Mancera Cifuentes, Patricia Joyce Pamela Zorro Mateus, Henry Isaac Castro Vargas

 

Chapter 5

Obtaining Potentially Biologically Active Extracts from Isabella Grape Pomace Using Pressurized Liquids and Evaluation of Functional Properties

María Alejandra Castañeda Muñoz, Liced Alejandra Basto Gómez, Patricia Joyce Pamela Zorro Mateus, Henry Isaac Castro Vargas

Chapter 6

Evaluation of Anti-quorum Sensing and Antibacterial Activity in Isabella Grape (Vitis labrusca L.) Pomace Extracts

Daniela Méndez Velásquez, Faride Geraldine Jiménez Rodríguez, Patricia Joyce Pamela Zorro Mateus

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Biography

Patricia Joyce Pamela Zorro Mateus - Chemist and MSc. in Biochemistry from the National University of Colombia. I have academic experience in topics such as characterization of bacterial communities, population control by inhibition of quorum sensing between bacteria and currently, in valorization of wastes. In this field I have been working in biodegradation of xenobiotics from fungi and bacteria to find degradation products that could be reused, and I was also working with grape agro-industrial wastes to find natural oils, antioxidants, and biologically functional compounds. I have nine years of teaching experience; I currently work as a full-time chemistry professor at the Universidad Libre - Bogotá. In the past, I have also taught at the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University, Manuela Beltrán University and at the Open and Distance University (UNAD), in which I designed the Natural Chemical Reactions course (module, laboratory guide and virtual course) for the Chemistry career.

Henry Isaac Castro Vargas - B Sc. Chemistry, Master Degree Chemistry, PhD. Chemistry. Postdoctoral Intern (Analytical Chemistry and Natural Products Chemistry). Research experience in natural product chemistry, analytical chemistry, food chemistry, and food science and technology. The research interests include:

a. Modern and environment-friendly extraction-separation technologies (e.g., SFE, PLE, and industrial chromatography) to obtain bioactive substances from natural sources.

b. Approach to use the biorefinery concept for the valorization of agroindustrial waste: biorefining of agroindustrial waste to obtain high-value substances.

c. Development and application of analytical techniques for food and natural product analysis (e.g., SPE, SPME, LC, GC, NMR, UV-Vis and coupled methods).

d. Structural elucidation and identification of organic compounds.

e. Chemometric methods.

f. Antioxidants: extraction, isolation, purification, and uses in diverse systems.

Siby Inés Garcés Polo - Chemical Engineering, B Sc., Msc and PhD from Universidad Pública de Navarra (Spain). Researcher and Research Chief of Faculty of Engineering in Universidad Libre Barranquilla. My experience is focused on gas adsorption processes for environment applications. In the last study, porous materials for CO2 capture and catalysts for dry reforming reaction were developed and studied, respectively. In academic terms, I currently teach Environmental Management and Chemistry. I am also interested in studying wastewater treatment, valorization of biomass and pyrolysis.