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E. P. Khramova (2015)
Publisher: Altay State University
Journal: Turczaninowia
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Botany, QK1-989
The composition and content of phenolic compounds in the above-ground plant organs of Siberian Pentaphylloides species were studied. In the case of the genus Pentaphylloides, the following four species are found in the Asian part of Russia: bush cinquefoil (P. fruiticosa), white-naped cinquefoil (P. davurica), manchurian cinquefoil (P. × mandshurica), and small-leaved cinquefoil (P. parvifolia). These species differ considerably from one another with respect to their habitats, habits, and ornamental characteristics. Each of Pentaphylloides species under study had its own phenolic profile: the greatest number of phenolic structure components was found in P. davurica, the smallest one in P. fruticosa. Pentaphylloides fruticosa is characterized by increased accumulation of quercetin glycosides, hybrid P. × mandshurica – that of rhamnetin glycosides and P. davurica – kaempferol glycosides in flowers. Ramnetin (quercetin-7-methyl ether) is found only in the leaves of P. × mandshurica, P. parvifolia and P. davurica from Transbaikalia. Astragalin is not found in the leaves of P. davurica from Primorie. Component 11, and quercitrin astragalin are not found in the leaves of P. × mandshurica. Quercitrin and component 11 is absent in the above-ground plant organs of P. parvifolia, which is a characteristic of the species.
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