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Загурская, Юлия Васильевна; Баяндина, Ирина Ивановна; Сиромля, Татьяна Ивановна; Сысо, Александр Иванович; Дымина, Елена Владимировна; Вронская, Оксана Олеговна; Казанцева, Людмила Михайловна (2014)
Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Khimiia rastitel'nogo syr'ia (Chemistry of plant raw material)
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: Hypericum perforatum L., Leonurus quinquelobatus Gilib., phenolic compounds, flavonoids, resource productivity, HYPERICUM PERFORATUM L.,LEONURUS QUINQUELOBATUS GILIB.,ФЕНОЛЬНЫЕ СОЕДИНЕНИЯ,ФЛАВОНОИДЫ,ПРОДУКТИВНОСТЬ РАСТЕНИЙ,ТЯЖЕЛЫЕ МЕТАЛЛЫ В РАСТИТЕЛЬНОМ СЫРЬЕ, Hypericum perforatum L., Leonurus quinquelobatus Gilib., фенольные соединения, флавоноиды, продуктивность растений, тяжелые металлы в растительном сырье
The content phenolic compounds in the raw materials of plant L. quinquelobatus and H. perforatum, cultivated in three regions of Western Siberia (Altai Republic, Kemerovo and Novosibirsk regions) was examined. The quality of medicinal plant raw materials was complied with the requirements of the Russian Pharmacopoeia.The maximum content of phenolic compounds of different classes were found in L. quinquelobatus, grown in the Altai, Novosibirsk plant had the greatest resource productivity. Kemerovo plant had averages of phenolic substances and resource productivity. The content the classes of phenolic compounds and raw materials productivity H. perforatum from Novosibirsk much higher than plants from other regions.
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