Vol. 5, Issue 10 (2016)
Investigation of phenolic compounds about ground organs of cultivated species genus Primula L.
SM Marchyshyn and AV Sinichenko
The phytochemical research of leaves and flowers cultivated species of the genus Primula L. (drumstick primrose - Primula denticulate Smith, Julia’s primrose - Primula juliae Kusn., rock primrose - Primula saxatilis Kom.) have been conducted. The highest quantitative content of the flavonoids was observed in flowers of drumstick primrose – 1,68%, flowers of Julia’s primrose – 1,3%; and leaves of drumstick primrose – 0,97%; coumarins – in leaves of primrose rock – 0,045%, flowers of drumstick primrose - 0,042% and flowers of Julia’s primrose – 0,04%. In the flowers and leaves of three cultivated species of the genus Primula L. by high performance liquid chromatography was identified aglycones: flavonols - quercetin and kaempferol; flavons – luteolin and apigenin; glycosides of flavonols - rutin, hyperoside, isoquercitrin and simple coumarins: coumarin, umbelliferone and scopoletin.
How to cite this article:
SM Marchyshyn and AV Sinichenko. Investigation of phenolic compounds about ground organs of cultivated species genus Primula L.. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2016; 5(10): 38-42.