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Studies on the texture of pear fruit. I. Texture of canned Bartlett pears processed from raw materials obtained from different regions. Part 3. Poly-phenolic substances



Studies on the texture of pear fruit. I. Texture of canned Bartlett pears processed from raw materials obtained from different regions. Part 3. Poly-phenolic substances



Bull. hort. Res. Stat. Hiratsuka. 5, 101-20. bibl. 13



Part III: Polyphenols from the ethyl acetate extract of Bartlett Pears were separated by paper chromatography. Only one spot was detected, and was tentatively identified as chlorogenic acid. In histochemical studies of the fruit, leucoanthocyanin was found in the core, vascular phloem, hypodermis and cortex. A polyphenolic compound (probably chlorogenic acid) was found in stone cells and vascular vessels, as well as in the outer flesh tissues.

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