2007 journal article

Phenolic acid content and composition in leaves and roots of common commercial sweetpotato (Ipomea batatas L.) cultivars in the United States


By: V. Truong, R. McFeeters*, R. Thompson*, L. Dean* & B. Shofran*

author keywords: caffeoylquinic acid derivatives; liquid chromatography; mass spectrometry; sweet potatoes; total phenolics
MeSH headings : Caffeic Acids / analysis; Chlorogenic Acid / analysis; Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid / methods; Flavonoids / analysis; Food Analysis / methods; Food Handling / methods; Hydroxybenzoates / analysis; Hydroxybenzoates / chemistry; Ipomoea batatas / chemistry; Ipomoea batatas / genetics; Nutritive Value; Phenols / analysis; Plant Leaves / chemistry; Plant Roots / chemistry; Polyphenols; Species Specificity; United States
TL;DR: Sweetpotato leaves had the highest phenolic acid content followed by the peel, whole root, and flesh tissues, however, there was no significant difference in the total phenolic content and antioxidant activity between purees made from the whole and peeled sweet potatoes. (via Semantic Scholar)
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