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Biochemical investigation of tea cultivars: I. Chlorophylls and carotenoids



Biochemical investigation of tea cultivars: I. Chlorophylls and carotenoids



Two and a Bud 44(1): 11-15



Thirty-six TRA-Garden series Camellia sinensis clones were grouped into three categories, low, medium and high, according to their contents of chlorophyll-a (chl-a), chlorophyll-b (chl-b) and total carotenoids (Tc). Wide variation was observed among the clones for the three parameters. Contents of chl-a, chl-b and Tc varied significantly between clones. Correlations among the characters were significant and positive.

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