Sawwort (Serratula coronata) LC

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Description

Serratula coronata is a perennial growing to 1.5 m (5ft). It prefers moist soil and cannot grow in the shade. It is native to the Eastern Asia and Russia.

Historical importance

Summary of results

Multiple flavonids, including quercetin, luteolin, and their derivatives, were found on the wool samples from Uzbekistan.

Analytical instrumentation and procedures

Chromatograms

Absorbance at 350nm (mAU)


Sample information

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

Identified compounds

Luteolin UV-Vis

Luteolin.PNG

3-O-Methylquercetin UV-Vis

3-o-methylquercetin.PNG

Quercetin UV-Vis

QuercetinUV.JPG

Apigenin UV-Vis

Apigenin.PNG


Compound RT (min.) MW UV/vis Other
Quercetin 34.5 302 372 Comments here
Luteolin 35.7 286 348
3-O-Methylquercetin 36.6 316 358
Kaempferol 38.8 286 366
Apigenin 39.2 270 338

References

[1] [2] [3]

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