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Comparison of flavonoid profiles of cultivated plants of Achillea asplenifolia, Achillea collina and cultivar "Proa"

@inproceedings{Nikolova2013ComparisonOF,
  title={Comparison of flavonoid profiles of cultivated plants of Achillea asplenifolia, Achillea collina and cultivar "Proa"},
  author={M. Nikolova and A. Vitkova and M. Delcheva and A. Edreva and E. Gesheva},
  year={2013}
}
Nikolova, M., Vitkova, A., Delcheva, M., Edreva, A., Gesheva, E.: Comparison of flavonoid profiles of cultivated plants of Achillea asplenifolia , Achillea collina and cultivar ”Proa”. Biologica Nyssana, 4 (1-2), December 2013: 65-69. Flavonoid aglycone profiles of cultivated plants of Achillea collina, A. asplenifolia and cultivar "Proa" presented with different origins were compared. The evaluation was undertaken to determine intraspecific variability of flavonoid profiles when the plants are… Expand

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