The study of fatty acid content of tyfon herb, leaves and roots
The presence of 10 fatty acids in tyfon herb and roots and 12 fatty acids in tyfon leaves was for the first time identified via the gas chromatography method. The saturated palmitic acids prevailed in tyfon herb, when unsaturated fatty acids with the predominance of linolenic acid prevailed in tyfon leaves and roots.
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