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Polyphenol composition of the epigeal part of Potentilla erecta

, : Polyphenol composition of the epigeal part of Potentilla erecta. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 25(3): 375-376

The effect of the biologically active complex of P. erecta is largely determined by its polyphenols. Air-dry epigeal parts of flowering P. erecta from the Kursk region were subjected to an extraction system involving 80% ethanol, chloroform, ethyl acetate and butanol.

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Accession: 001912943

DOI: 10.1007/bf00597729

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