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Research Article

Phenolics and Carbohydrates in Buckwheat Honey Regulate the Human Intestinal Microbiota

Table 1

The contents of phenolics in buckwheat honey samples from different geographical origins (μg/100 g honey).

Samples (μg/100 g honey)S1S2S3S4S5S6S7S8

Benzoic acid82.6498.0677.16147.5268.6289.7345.32
cis,trans-Abscisic acid111.0864.2366.0281.4140.4444.4264.95489.31
Gallic acid109.55182.1583.65150.5263.4766.1738.25
Isoferulic acid152.646.9135.9740.5688.27
Methyl syringate30.6693.74138.522.8968.12237.52
p-Coumaric acid316.01221.86180.42303.3554.9976.71423.52265.95
Ferulic acid53.2572.1173.6976.350.4823.8174.445.67
Protocatechuic acid265.47462.96352.64379.5284.2475.27451.52139.41
trans,trans-Abscisic acid66.6970.4258.5261.5128.7739.9265.01402.41
4-Hydroxy benzoic acid65.79275.43188.89231.2143.2248.5872.9664.25

Note. Average calculated from two independent analyses. (—): not detected. Sample 1 from Mongolia, sample 2 from Heilongjiang, sample 3 from Heilongjiang, sample 4 from Liaoning, sample 5 from Jilin, sample 6 from Henan, sample 7 from Shanxi, and sample 8 from Beijing.

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