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Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Khimiia rastitel'nogo syr'ia (Chemistry of plant raw material)
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: sugar, starch, saponin, vitamin C, flavonolov, pectin, protopectin, catechin, leaft, zhizome, Hosta lancifolia, Western Siberia, сахар, крахмал, катехины, аскорбиновая кислота, флавонолы, пектины, протопектины, катехины, лист, корневище, хоста ланцетолистная, Западная Сибирь
A quantitative composition of storage and biological active substances in vegetabl organs Hosta lancifolia was defined. Dynamics of accumulation of sugars, starch, saponins, ascorbic acid, pectins, protopectins, catechins in zhizomes and of leafs the given species in the forest-steppe zone of West Siberia was established for several the periodes. It is established that the content of biologically active agents of vegetative bodies of H. lancifolia depends on individual and seasonal development of a look. Is 3–7 times higher than ascorbic acid in elevated bodies, than underground; sugar at 2–10, catechins at 1,2–2, pectin at 2–5, protopectin at 2. The quantity of a crude saponin increases to autumn by 8–9 times. The content of starch in underground bodies changes during seasonal development, but to autumn it increases on 20–40%. 
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