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Phenolic compounds of the genus Pyrus. VI. Distribution of phenols amongst the various tissues of the Pyrus stem



Phenolic compounds of the genus Pyrus. VI. Distribution of phenols amongst the various tissues of the Pyrus stem



Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 24(3): 285-293



Stems of Pyrus calleryana, P. ussuriensis and P. communis var. jaspoideae, from both the current and the previous year's growth, were sampled in January and March and the phenols in the bud, cork, green cortex, white phloem and xylem tissues were investigated. For the individual tissues there appeared to be very little difference between the phenols of the current and the previous year's growth.

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DOI: 10.1002/jsfa.2740240305


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