Contents of Naringin, Hesperidin and Neohesperidin in Premature Korean Citrus Fruits

제주재래종 감귤류 미숙과의 neohesperidin, naringin 및 hesperidin 함량

  • Published : 2002.02.01

Abstract

Neohesperidin, naringin, and hesperidin contents of nine species of premature Korean citrus fruits have been determined. Flavonoids were extracted from dried citrus fruits by N,N-dimethylformamide and analyzed using RP-HPLC. 'Dangyooja' and 'Jikak' had higher content of neohesperidin and naringin. The content of hesperidin was higher in 'Binkyool' and 'Dongjeongkyool' than other seven species of citrus fruits, respectively.

Keywords

hesperidin;Korean premature citrus;naringin;neohesperidin

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