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Season Features of Mineral Elements in the Root of Cultivated and Wild Anisodus Tanguticus

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The Anisodus tanguticus (Maxim.) Pascher is a Chinese traditional medicinal material and Tibet herb of local Qinghai. The authors collected, tanguticus and wild Anisodus tanguticus (Maxim.) Pascher, and analyzed the contents of mineral elements such as K, Ca, Fe, Na and Mg by atomic absorption spetrometer, and P by 721 spectrophotometer. The results show that: samples in different places are all rich in Mg and Na while poor in P. At the same time, Ca has a negative correlation with other elements. Compared to the others, the amount of 4 elements is higher in wild Anisodus tanguticus is higher.
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Keywords: Anisodus tanguticus (Maxim.) Pascher; Cultivated; Mineral elements; Transplanted; Wild

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 August 2010

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