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Characteristics and dynamics of the polysaccharide content of the aerial parts of Polygonum hydropiper


, : Characteristics and dynamics of the polysaccharide content of the aerial parts of Polygonum hydropiper. Rastitel' nye Resursy 19(1): 68-71

Maximum polysaccharide content (10.0% of dry weight) was in the aerial parts at full bloom.

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