biternata was studied, and a higher concentration of phenols was
found in the stem (0.16 mg g−1) than the root
(0.15 mg g−1), mature leaf
(0.042 mg g−1) and young leaf
(0.04 mg g−1; Fig. 2).
The result showed that a very low amount of phytic acid was found
in the plant parts such as young leaf
(0.034 mg g−1) compared with mature leaf
(0.035 mg g−1), stem
(0.037 mg g−1) and root
(0.036 mg g−1), as shown in Fig. 2.
biternata (Fig. 2). .
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