Chemtaxonomic Relationship of Roots Phenolic Compounds for Selected Species of Four Families Recently Grouped in Brassicales by APGIII

@inproceedings{Hamad2017ChemtaxonomicRO,
  title={Chemtaxonomic Relationship of Roots Phenolic Compounds for Selected Species of Four Families Recently Grouped in Brassicales by APGIII},
  author={Mubarak Siddig Hamad and Ahmed Saeed Kabbashi and Ikram Madani},
  year={2017}
}
Chemotaxonomic relationship between five members recently grouped in the order Brassicales by APGIII were studied on the basis of their roots phenolic compounds constituents. The selected species are; Schimpera arabica from Brassicaceae, Maerua crassifolia and Maerua oblongifolia from Capparacea, Cleome gynandra from Cleomaceae and Salvadora persica from Salvadoraceae. Roots were extracted in ethanol (80%). Phenolic compounds were separated using Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) technique. The… 
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