Chinese grass (Miscanthus tinctorius) LC

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Chinese grass from Tanakanao/ Photo by X. Zhang

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Description

Chinese grass (Miscanthus tinctorius) is also called kariyasu, yama kariyasu (mountain kariyasu) or kizome gusa (graa for making yellow) in Japanese.

Chinese grass is a tufted perennial grass with culms 80-100 cm long.

Historical importance

Summary of results

Analytical instrumentation and procedures

Chromatograms

Absorbance at 350nm (mAU)

Sample information

Sample information, by R. Laursen, Boston University

Identified compounds

HPLC-DAD

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Rutin UV-Vis

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Quercetin UV-Vis

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Compound RT (min.) MW UV/vis Other
rutin 27.0 610 278,352 Comments here
quercetin 34.6 302 280,395,370
kaempferol 39.0 286 280,395,368
isorhamnetin 39.0 316 280,395,368

References

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