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# Activity Chemical Low PPM High PPM StdDev *Reference
1 SODIUM Stem -- 156.0 -0.52 Pedersen, M. 1987. Nutritional Herbology. Pederson Publishing. Bountiful, Utah. 377 pp.
29 TRYPTOPHAN Fruit 30.0 154.0 -0.98 USDA's Ag Handbook 8 and sequelae)
6 IRON Fruit 1.5 154.0 0.08 *
5 ALUMINUM Fruit 1.0 154.0 -0.18 *
47 BETA-SITOSTEROL Fruit 30.0 150.0 -0.6 *
0 PROANTHOCYANIDIN-B2 Leaf 17.0 94.0 *
0 VITILAGIN Leaf -- 89.0 *
7 SALICYLATES Fruit 2.0 80.0 -0.11 *
77 ZINC Stem -- 75.0 -0.61 Pedersen, M. 1987. Nutritional Herbology. Pederson Publishing. Bountiful, Utah. 377 pp.
14 MANGANESE Fruit 0.5 54.0 -0.05 *
4 BORON Fruit 1.0 50.0 0.2 *
53 BETA-CAROTENE Stem -- 43.0 -0.56 Pedersen, M. 1987. Nutritional Herbology. Pederson Publishing. Bountiful, Utah. 377 pp.
0 STRONTIUM Fruit 1.54 38.5 -0.47 *
0 PROANTHOCYANIDIN-B4 Leaf 7.0 37.0 *
0 PROANTHOCYANIDIN-B3 Leaf 7.0 37.0 *
9 OXALIC-ACID Fruit -- 34.0 -0.3 *
2 COBALT Stem -- 33.0 0.74 Pedersen, M. 1987. Nutritional Herbology. Pederson Publishing. Bountiful, Utah. 377 pp.
32 ALPHA-TOCOPHEROL Fruit 6.0 31.0 -0.64 *
4 SILICON Fruit 1.0 28.0 -0.52 ACTA AGRIC SCAND SUPPL 22: 1980
77 ZINC Fruit 0.4 27.0 -0.1 *
*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.