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Chemical variation in Eurasian populations of Hippophae rhamnoides revealed by two-dimensional thin-layer chromatography

, : Chemical variation in Eurasian populations of Hippophae rhamnoides revealed by two-dimensional thin-layer chromatography. Annales Botanici Fennici 19(4): 219-224

Extracts prepared from tops of young seedlings were analysed. The 20 progenies studied represented 18 different populations in the Eurasian range of the species and belonged to 6 subspecies. The most deviating subspecies was ssp. rhamnoides. Ssp. sinensis and to some extent ssp. fluviatilis also showed distinctive chemical features.

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