The research of the organic acids of Medicago varia herb.
Keywords:alfalfa variable, grass, organic acids
Topicality. While making a research of biologically active substances genus Medicago L. Alfalfa we noticed changing – Medicago varia Mart. (Vavilovka 2) which is a hybrid type, composition of organic acids which are not examined.
Aim. To study the chemical composition of organic acids aerial parts of alfalfa variable (Vavilovka 2).
Materials and methods. Study of organic acids was performed by chromatography-mass spectroscopy after esterification. Acid methyl esters analysis was carried out by using chromatography-mass spectrometer 5973№ / DS Agilent Technologies (USA).
Results and discussion. In alfalfa grass variable was detected 26 organic acids and their established quantitative 11318.7 mg / kg, including fat-1072.9 mg / kg. The dominant compounds are malonic (42.80%), lemon (26.83%), apple (12.56%), palmitic (37.83%), linoleic (23.61%) and linoleic acid (15.81%).
Conclusions. Grass alfalfa variable is a promising material for further study.
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