Analysis of the neutral ginsenosides of wild and plantation roots of Panax ginseng growing in maritime territory
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A procedure is proposed for determining ginsenosides with the aid of a Milikhrom liquid chromatograph. A comparative and quantitative analysis has been made of the neutral ginsenosides of the total glycoside fractions obtained from the roots of wild and plantation ginseng (Panax ginseng C. A. Meyer) growing in Maritime Territory. It has been shown that the amount of each ginsenoside and their total vary over a wide range in both wild and plantation roots.
KeywordsOrganic Chemistry Liquid Chromatograph Quantitative Analysis Glycoside Plantation Root
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