Leaching from vegetation of soluble polyphenolic compounds, and their abundance in temporary ponds in the Doñana National Park (SW Spain)

@article{Serrano2004LeachingFV,
  title={Leaching from vegetation of soluble polyphenolic compounds, and their abundance in temporary ponds in the Do{\~n}ana National Park (SW Spain)},
  author={Laura Serrano},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={229},
  pages={43-50}
}
The origin of allochthonous soluble polyphenols in the water of the temporary ponds of Doñana National Park during flood and heavy rainfall was examined. Soil and litter samples were found to leach large quantities of polyphenolic compounds. The concentration of these compounds showed a significant correlation with the organic content of the soil samples, but indicated no correlation with the litter samples. Rain simulation tests proved that fresh vegetation leached soluble polyphenolic… CONTINUE READING
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