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Content of some chemicals and essential oil in leaves of leaf celery Apium graveolens L. van secalinum Alef

Content of some chemicals and essential oil in leaves of leaf celery Apium graveolens L. van secalinum Alef

Herba Polonica 53(3): 213-217

The chemical composition of leaf celery (cv. Afina) leaf blades and leaf stalks was determined in the field studies conducted in Poland during 2001-02 and 2005. The leaf blades contained 19.0-19.7% dry matter, 17.8-19.9 mg/100 g vitamin C, 63.9-68.3 mg/100 g chlorophyll a, and 32.4-33.1 mg/100 g chlorophyll b. The content of essential oil in the leaf blades was 0.26-0.43%, and 0.09-0.25% in leaf stalks.

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