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Rutin content in Amaranthus cruentus L. growing in Tatarstan

, : Rutin content in Amaranthus cruentus L. growing in Tatarstan. Rastitel' nye Resursy 28(2): 63-66

Herbage (leaves and flowers) of cultivated plants was harvested during flowering, dried in the shade, and the alcohol extract was examined by a TLC method.


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