The qualitative and quantitative compositions of the carbohydrates of the leaf vegetables Lactuca sativa L., Spinacea oleracea L., and Rumex acetosa L. have been studied.
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Pilipenko, L.N., Pestrueva, L.I. & Todorova, A.A. Fractionation and composition of the carbohydrates of leaf vegetables. Chem Nat Compd 29, 288–290 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00630522
- Galacturonic Acid
- Monosaccharide Composition
- Ammonium Oxalate
- Monomeric Composition