Javanese wood (Cudrania javanensis) LC

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Description

Cudrania javanensis is a tropical tree that grows in Asia, Africa and Australia. The fruit is a compound, irregularly-shaped berry as large as a small custard apple. The fruit is edible.

Historical importance

Summary of results

Morin, a flavonoid was identified from the Javanese wood dyed textile.

Analytical instrumentation and procedures

Chromatograms

Absorbance at 350nm (mAU)


Sample information

sample information, By R. A. Laursen, Boston University

Identified compounds

Morin UV-Vis

Morin uv-vis.PNG


Compound RT (min.) MW UV/vis Other
Morin 35.3 302 354nm Comments here
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References

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