Quantitative determination of quercitrin and myricitrin in three different parts of Euphorbia hirta as bioflavonoid source for functional food

@article{Nugroho2020QuantitativeDO,
  title={Quantitative determination of quercitrin and myricitrin in three different parts of Euphorbia hirta as bioflavonoid source for functional food},
  author={A.E. Nugroho and Hesty Heryani and Wiwin Tyas Istikowati},
  journal={IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science},
  year={2020},
  volume={443}
}
Euphorbia hirta L. is one of the potential sources for functional food material due to its sufficient biological activity coming from its active flavonoid. Quantitative analysis of its active substances using an adequate method and determining the plant part which possesses the highest yield are essential. However, there was no study reported such that information. Therefore, this study was aimed to analyze flavonoid content (quercitrin and myricitrin) of the three parts (leaf, flower, and stem… 
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