Quantitative study of flavonoids in leaves of citrus plants.

  title={Quantitative study of flavonoids in leaves of citrus plants.},
  author={Satoru Kawaii and Yasuhiko Tomono and E Katase and Kazunori Ogawa and Masamichi Yano and Meisaku Koizumi and C. Ito and Hiroshi Furukawa},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  volume={48 9},
Leaf flavonoids were quantitatively determined in 68 representative or economically important Citrus species, cultivars, and near-Citrus relatives. Contents of 23 flavonoids including 6 polymethoxylated flavones were analyzed by means of reversed phase HPLC analysis. Principal component analysis revealed that the 7 associations according to Tanaka's classification were observed, but some do overlap each other. Group VII species could be divided into two different subgroups, namely, the first-10… 

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