Anthocyanins of Hibiscus cannabinus
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Two anthocyanin glycosides have been isolated from the flowers ofHibiscus cannabinus var. simplex. One of them is a new glycoside, which has been called cannabinin, and the second is the known glycoside myrtillin, this being the first time that it has been isolated from the flowers of Kenaf hemp.
KeywordsXylose Delphinidin Lead Sulfide Baryta Methanolic Eluate
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