Study of flavonoids in grass of genus dahlia species

N. I. Ilyinska, T. M. Gontova

Abstract


Topicality. Flavonoids – a group of biologically active compounds, which affects most of the structural and functional systems of the human body.

Aim. The purpose of our work is to study flavonoids in grass of some species of genus Dahlias plants.

Materials and methods. The objects of research were grass of genus dahlias plants: “Gebu”, “La Baron”, “Colorado Classic”. The qualitative composition was determined by a paper chromatography, the quantitative content by spectrophotometry in recount per rutine.

Results and discussion. Kaempferol, hyperoside, apigenin, luteolin, quercetin and rutin were identified in such species as “La Baron” and “Colorado Classic”. Hyperoside and luteolin were not found in “Gebu”. The highest content of flavonoids was in “La Baron” – 0.65 ± 0.02 %.

Conclusions. The data obtained will be used in the development of drugs.


Keywords


flavonoids; grass; Dahlia; research

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24959/ubphj.17.107

Abbreviated key title: Ukr. bìofarm. ž.

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