HPLC fingerprint of buckwheat from different habitats and varieties

  title={HPLC fingerprint of buckwheat from different habitats and varieties},
  author={Li-Min Peng and Shu Wang and Liang Zou and Jianglin Zhao and Gang Zhao},
  journal={Polymer Journal},
Abstract Introduction: Originated from China, buckwheat belongs to Fagopyrum (Polygonaceae) and is widely planted worldwide. The authentication and quality control of buckwheat was difficult in present. For quality control and authentication of buckwheat, a rapid and accurate method should be established. Methods: Fingerprint study of buckwheat collected from different habitats and varieties (Table 1) was carried out in this work. A simple and rapid method was established by high-performance… 

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