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Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Khimiia rastitel'nogo syr'ia (Chemistry of plant raw material)
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: catechins, wild-growing, fruits, Azerbaijan, катехины, дикорастущие, плоды, Азербайджан
The contents of catechins in fruits of 36 species of plants from 18 genera of 6 families growing in Azerbaijan is investigated. As a result established that the quantity catechins in fruits fluctuates in the range of 27,8–502,2%. Plants with the high contents catechins are concentrated in species Crataegus L., Sorbus L., Viburnum L., Berberis L., Rosa L., Cornus L., Hippophae L. Found intergeneric and intraspecific diferences in accumulation of these substances depending on a place of growth and geographical factors. With increase of height of the district the contents catechins above sea level increases. The characteristic sign of fruits of wild-growing fruit and berry plants of Azerbaijan is the high contents of catechins.
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