Chemical composition of the hybrid Rumex K-1
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The chemical composition of the leaves and roots of the hybrid fodder dock Rumex K-1 (fam. Polygonaceae) introduced into cultivation in the environs of Almaty has been studied for the first time. It has been shown that the leaves and roots of the plant contain a considerable amount of such biologically active substances as lipids, vitamins, phenolic compounds, polysaccharides, and anthraquinones. The fatty acid compositions of the leaf and root lipids are given.
KeywordsLipid Organic Chemistry Polysaccharide Acid Composition Phenolic Compound
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