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Phenolic constituents and antioxidant properties of five wild species of Physalis (Solanaceae)
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The current results indicate that phenolic profiles are valuable specific chemical markers and can be relevant as food tracing and authenticity indicators for plant-based preparations involving species of Physalis. Expand
ADDITIONS AND UPDATED NAMES FOR GRASSES OF DURANGO, MEXICO
Twelve years after publication of the floristic treatment “Las Gramineas de Durango”, a list of accepted names is updated based on recent botanical work in Durango, Mexico. Ninety-one genera, 367Expand
Flavonoid composition and antioxidant capacity of the edible flowers of Agave durangensis (Agavaceae)
The antioxidant properties and the flavonoid composition of extracts of different hydrophobicity prepared from the entire edible flowers of Agave durangensis were evaluated. Separately, totalExpand
A LEAF BLADE ANATOMICAL SURVEY OF MUHLENBERGIA (POACEAE: MUHLENBERGIINAE)
M uhlenbergia includes 151 species of mostly New World origin; 133 species are indigenous to North America [although many of these range to Central America (33) and South America (14)]; 38 speciesExpand
Evaluation of foliar phenols of 25 Mexican varieties of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) as antioxidants and varietal markers
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The antioxidant properties and the foliar phenol composition of 25 Mexican varieties of Phaseolus vulgaris L. (common bean) were evaluated and showed high levels of phenols and flavonoids and can represent an important varietal authenticity proof. Expand
Correlation between generated morphological character data and flavonoid content of species in the Muhlenbergia montana complex
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A phenetic comparison of the morphological and chemical features suggests a different rate of divergence for chemical and morphological characters among species in this closely related group of taxa. Expand
Comparison of the phenolic contents and epigenetic and genetic variability of wild and cultivated watercress (Rorippa nasturtium var. aquaticum L.)
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Relevant chemical, epigenetic, and genetic differences have emerged between wild and cultivated watercress and can contribute to fingerprint and develop quality control tools for the integral and safety use and the commercialization of watercressed. Expand
ANATOMY OF THE MUHLENBERGIA MONTANA COMPLEX (POACEAE)
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Results obtained from the phenetic analysis of anatomical data have given independent data to compare with the morphological, phytogeographical, and flavonoid data (previously reported) in determining the relationships of the species. Expand
Karyotype characterization of four Mexican species of Schoenoplectus (Cyperaceae) and first report of polyploid mixoploidy for the family
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Karyomorphological analysis of four species of Schoenoplectus (Cyperaceae) from north-central Mexico revealed the most common mechanism of karyotype variation in the studied species is dysploidy, followed by polyploidys, as well as a higher prevalence of disploids. Expand
Rheochloa (Poaceae: Chloridoideae), a New Genus from Central Brazil
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The new species seems most closely allied with Dinebra but differs by its perennial habit, inflorescences composed of 3-5 subdigitate racemes, short pedicellate spikelets, glabrous lemmas that are ciliolate on the apex, and fusiform caryopses with persistent style bases. Expand
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