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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Anthocyanins Of The Brazilian Fruit Cyphomandra Betaceae
Author: Bobbio F.O.
Bobbio P.A.
Rodriguez-Amaya D.B.
Abstract: The anthocyanin pigments present in the dark red seeds and reddish-brown peel of the fruit of the tree tomato (Cyphomandra betaceae) were identified. Pelargonidin-3-glucosyl-glucose was detected in both peel and seeds. Two other pigments were present in the seeds, identified as peonidin-3-glucosyl-glucose and malvinidin-3-glucosyl-glucose. All pigments had an identical sugar moiety tentatively identified as maltose. Besides the fact that seeds are not a very common source of anthocyanins, maltose has never been reported in the literature as the disaccharide of these compounds. © 1983.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/0308-8146(83)90005-5
Date Issue: 1983
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