Journal of Food Quality / 2018 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Polyphenol Content, Physicochemical Properties, Enzymatic Activity, Anthocyanin Profiles, and Antioxidant Capacity of Cerasus humilis (Bge.) Sok. Genotypes

Table 2

The anthocyanins identified and the corresponding peak area percentages in anthocyanin extracts of different genotypes of Chinese dwarf cherry, Cerasus humilis (Bge.) Sok.

No.
(min)
Tentative identificationMS[M]+
()
MS/MS 
()
Peak area (%)
No. 1No. 2No. 3No. 4No. 5No. 6No. 7

113.2865-Methylpyranocyanidin-3
-glucoside
4873253.773.26ndnd2.71ndnd
213.622Cyanidin-3-glucoside44928769.0578.3976.9866.8265.6250.3671.03
314.403Cyanidin-3-rutinoside595449, 2872.584.341.075.643.4711.023.603
414.926Pelargonidin-3-rutinoside579433, 2710.4271.21nd0.780.930.38nd
515.604Pelargonidin-3-glucoside43327114.397.9813.1915.6116.9721.838.48
619.881Cyanidin-3-acetyl glucoside4912873.020nd0.771.08nd0.841.73
720.938Delphinidin-3-glucoside4653034.5253.725.106.376.308.6611.40
822.879Pelargonidin-3- acetylglucoside4752711.561.102.883.434.006.473.76
923.174Delphinidin-3-acetylglucoside5073030.691ndnd0.25nd0.44nd

Nd: not detected. Peak areas of anthocyanins were determined at 520 nm by HPLC; numbers 1–7 indicate different genotypes.