Elemental composition of Euphrasia brevipila herbs and extracts

@article{Shestakova2008ElementalCO,
  title={Elemental composition of Euphrasia brevipila herbs and extracts},
  author={T. S. Shestakova and V. M. Petrichenko and Tat’yana V. Sukhinina},
  journal={Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={42},
  pages={460-462}
}
The macro-and microelemental composition of Euphrasia brevipila Burn. et Gremli (Scrophulariaceae) herbs and extracts was studied. Eighteen elements found in the herbs are arranged in the order of decreasing content as P > Mn > Ba > Sr > Zn > Ti > Ni > Cu > Zr > Cr > Co > Nb > V > Pb = Mo > Ga > Be > Ag. The quantitative order of the content of these elements decreased similarly in the preparations but the amount of each element was considerably smaller than in the herbs. The maximum degree of… 
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