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Caftaric and coutaric acids in fruit of Vitis



Caftaric and coutaric acids in fruit of Vitis



Phytochemistry 25(9): 2127-2133



Contents of trans and cis caftaric and coutaric acids were determined by HPLC (high pressure liquid chromatography) in berry juices from 28 Vitis species, 20 white and 17 red V. vinifera cultivars, 6 V. labrusca cultivars, 11 other Vitis varieties and 5 non-Vitis species. These components appeared to be genetically determined in large degree, and were consistent within varieties.

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DOI: 10.1016/0031-9422(86)80078-4


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