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Extractives of Pinus radiata bark. I. Phenolic components



Extractives of Pinus radiata bark. I. Phenolic components



New Zealand Journal of Science 16(4): 751-761



Presents the results of chromatographic studies. Condensed tannins of the procyanidin and prodelphinidin type with high molecular weights (25 000-35 000) constituted ca. 20% of the oven-dry weight of bark, and the major simple phenolic component was dihydroquercetin (ca. 2%).

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