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Different flavane groups in the fruits of species and cultivars of the genus Prunus L



Different flavane groups in the fruits of species and cultivars of the genus Prunus L



Nauchno tekhnicheskii Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina i Ordena Druzhby Narodov Nauchno issledovatel' skogo Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni N I Vavilovarecd 1985; (136): 61-64



The free and oligomeric catechin and oligomeric leucoanthocyanidin contents of fruit skin and flesh are tabulated for P. domestica and several of its cultivars, P. cerasifera and 2 of its cultivars, P. spinosa, P. cocomilia, P. simonii and P. salicina. P. spinosa was characterized by a high content of these flavanoids while P. cerasifera had the lowest content.

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