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Phytochemical analysis of extracts of wild plants growing in Yakutia for the content of basic groups of BAS

Volume 7, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 334-343

Department of Biology, North-Eastern Federal University, Russian Federation


A process for extracting non-toxic, biologically active substances (BAS) from certain wild species of plants growing in Yakutia is described (Northeast of Russia). Using special qualitative reactions, phytochemical analysis of aqueous, aqueous-alcoholic, and alcoholic extracts of Pinus pumila (Pall) Regel, Thymus serpullum L., Artemisia yacutica Drob. for the content of basic groups of biologically active substances is performed.

Author keywords

Alkaloids; Biologically active substances; Cinnamic acid; Coumarins; Flavonoids; Phytochemical analysis; Plant extracts; Saponins; Tannins; Terpenoids; Thin layer chromatography; Yakutian wild plants
ISSN: 0975413XSource Type: Journal Original language: English
Document Type: Article
Publisher: Scholars Research Library