Figure 2.

The equivalent antioxidant activity of various extracts (nā€‰=ā€‰3). GC0 is groats of common buckwheat extracted with deionized water. GT0 is groats of tartary buckwheat extracted with deionized water. GC2 is groats of common buckwheat extracted with 20% ethanol. GT2 is groats of tartary buckwheat extracted with 20% ethanol. GC5 is groats of common buckwheat extracted with 50% ethanol. GT5 is groats of tartary buckwheat extracted with 50% ethanol. PC0 is plants of common buckwheat extracted with deionized water. PT0 is plants of tartary buckwheat extracted with deionized water. PC2 is plants of common buckwheat extracted with 20% ethanol. PT2 is plants of tartary buckwheat extracted with 20% ethanol. PC5 is plants of common buckwheat extracted with 50% ethanol. PT5 is plants of tartary buckwheat extracted with 50% ethanol. HC0 is hulls of common buckwheat extracted with deionized water. HT0 is hulls of tartary buckwheat extracted with deionized water. HC2 is hulls of common buckwheat extracted with 20% ethanol. HT2 is hulls of tartary buckwheat extracted with 20% ethanol. HC5 is hulls of common buckwheat extracted with 50% ethanol. HT5 is hulls of tartary buckwheat extracted with 50% ethanol.

Tsai et al. Chemistry Central Journal 2012 6:78   doi:10.1186/1752-153X-6-78
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