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Identification of the constituent of anthocyanin in Yang-Mei (Myrica rubra cv. Boqi)


Journal of Zhejiang Agricultural University 20(2): 188-190
Identification of the constituent of anthocyanin in Yang-Mei (Myrica rubra cv. Boqi)
Using chemical and spectral data, the major anthocyanin identified was cyanidin-3-glycoside.

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