Plant proanthocyanidins. Part I. Introduction; the isolation, structure, and distribution in nature of plant procyanidins

@inproceedings{Thompson1972PlantPP,
  title={Plant proanthocyanidins. Part I. Introduction; the isolation, structure, and distribution in nature of plant procyanidins},
  author={Rebecca S. Thompson and David E. Jacques and Edwin Haslam and Richard J. N. Tanner},
  year={1972}
}
The isolation and determination of structure of some plant procyanidins in their free phenolic forms are described. The distribution of procyanidins in the tissues of twenty-nine plant species has been examined and the biogenetic implications of this study are briefly discussed. 

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