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Phenolic Chemotaxonomy of the Genus Pelea A. Gray (Rutaceae)
|Title:||Phenolic Chemotaxonomy of the Genus Pelea A. Gray (Rutaceae)|
|Authors:||Floyd, Mary E.|
|Issue Date:||Apr 1979|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii Press|
|Citation:||Floyd ME. 1979. Phenolic chemotaxonomy of the genus Pelea A. Gray (Rutaceae). Pac Sci 33(2): 153-160.|
|Abstract:||The thin-layer chromatographic fingerprints of ether-soluble
compounds, mostly phenolics, from methanolic extracts of nine species of
the genus Pelea A. Gray are shown to be of potential use in chemotaxonomic
classification of this genus. The phenolic compounds of Pelea anisata Mann
are consistent between populations, and each of the eight other species tested
have fingerprints that are unique.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 33, Number 2, 1979|
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