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Biochemical characteristics of raw material from breeding varieties of tea in the conditions of the Abkhazian ASSR

Subtrop kul' tury (4): 21-25

Biochemical characteristics of raw material from breeding varieties of tea in the conditions of the Abkhazian ASSR

In content of tannin, catechin and caffeine, the leaves of clones 257 and 37F1 were rather better than those of the other varieties studied. In 37F1 two new catechins were found in addition to those previously known, and in 257 there was an unidentified compound close to the catechins.

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