C 3,3'-DI-O-METHYL-ELLAGIC-ACID PDF

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  1. Chemid

    33DIOMETHYLELLAGICACID
  2. Ubiquitous

    No
  3. Data Views

    Total Plants: 10
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    Plant Low PPM High PPM StdDev *Reference
    Aleurites fordii Petiole -- -- *
    Anogeissus latifolia Plant -- -- *
    Bertholletia excelsa Bark -- -- Lowry, J. B. 1968. The Distribution and Potential Taxonomic Value of Alkylated Ellagic Acids. Phytochemistry, 7(10): 1803-1813.
    Eucalyptus citriodora Bark -- -- Lowry, J. B. 1968. The Distribution and Potential Taxonomic Value of Alkylated Ellagic Acids. Phytochemistry 7 10: 1803-1813
    Euphorbia tirucalli Stem -- -- *
    Leptospermum scoparium Bark -- -- Lowry, J. B. 1968. The Distribution and Potential Taxonomic Value of Alkylated Ellagic Acids. Phytochemistry 7 10: 1803-1813
    Psidium guajava Bark -- -- Lowry, J. B. 1968. The Distribution and Potential Taxonomic Value of Alkylated Ellagic Acids. Phytochemistry 7 10: 1803-1813
    Punica granatum Seed -- -- *
    Syzygium aromaticum Bark -- -- Lowry, J. B. 1968. The Distribution and Potential Taxonomic Value of Alkylated Ellagic Acids. Phytochemistry 7 10: 1803-1813
    Terminalia catappa Bark -- -- Lowry, J. B. 1968. The Distribution and Potential Taxonomic Value of Alkylated Ellagic Acids. Phytochemistry 7 10: 1803-1813
    *Unless otherwise noted all references are to Duke, James A. 1992. Handbook of phytochemical constituents of GRAS herbs and other economic plants. Boca Raton, FL. CRC Press.