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# Activity Chemical Low PPM High PPM StdDev *Reference
7 SUCCINIC-ACID Plant -- -- Stitt, Paul. Why George should eat broccoli.
9 PHYTIC-ACID Leaf -- -- Stitt, Paul. Why George should eat broccoli.
1 NEOGLUCOBRASSICIN Leaf -- -- Jim Duke's personal files.
24 VANILLIC-ACID Plant -- -- Stitt, Paul. Why George should eat broccoli.
21 CHLOROPHYLL Leaf -- -- Stitt, Paul. Why George should eat broccoli.
12 STIGMASTEROL Plant -- -- Stitt, Paul. Why George should eat broccoli.
1 HEXYL-ACETATE Plant -- -- Jim Duke's personal files.
34 SALICYLIC-ACID Leaf -- -- Stitt, Paul. Why George should eat broccoli.
24 ETHANOL Plant -- -- Jim Duke's personal files.
77 CHLOROGENIC-ACID Leaf -- -- Stitt, Paul. Why George should eat broccoli.
5 PHYLLOQUINONE Inflorescence -- 0.31 *
2 DIMETHYL-DISULFIDE Plant -- -- Jim Duke's personal files.
10 SQUALENE Plant -- -- Stitt, Paul. Why George should eat broccoli.
1 GLUCORAPHANIN Leaf 255.0 8990.0 *
9 BETA-AMYRIN Bud -- -- Jim Duke's personal files.
87 RUTIN Leaf -- -- Stitt, Paul. Why George should eat broccoli.
75 KAEMPFEROL Leaf -- -- Stitt, Paul. Why George should eat broccoli.
7 ALPHA-CAROTENE Plant -- -- Jim Duke's personal files.
1 GLUCONASTURTIN Leaf -- 145.0 *
10 ALPHA-AMYRIN Bud 5.0 30.0 Jim Duke's personal files.
*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.