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A study on seasonal variations of the bioactive constituents in the leaves of Acer truncatum



A study on seasonal variations of the bioactive constituents in the leaves of Acer truncatum



Journal of Northwest Forestry College 12(4): 68-71



Variations of the contents of flavonoids and chlorogenic acid were studied in the leaves of A. truncatum in China. The results showed that the content of chlorogenic acid reaches a peak (4.88%) in June, while for flavonoids it is in August (5.79%). Plants of different ages (1, 2, 5, 6, 15, 28 and 35 yr) were also tested.

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