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






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

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

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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