Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2019 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

S. Giovanni Varieties (Pyrus communis L.): Antioxidant Properties and Phytochemical Characteristics

Table 2

Sum and individual flavanol and flavonol contents in the peel and pulp (mg/100 g f.w.) of S. Giovanni pears from Abruzzo by varieties and type.

TypeFlavanolsFlavonols
CatechinEpicatechinB1B2QUE3GALQUE3GLUQUE3RAMNOQUE

Peel
Guastameroli (CH)Fcdabbcdbccdacbb
Casoli (CH)Fbdbbbbbcdbac
Palmoli (CH)Facaccaacbdcandd
Civitella (TE)Qabccaaabacba
Palmoli (CH)Qacacabccaabcba
ANOVA
Total§
Pulp
Guastameroli (CH)Fndbdbcccndndnd
Casoli (CH)Fndbdbddndnd
Palmoli (CH)Fcbccdcdndand
Civitella (TE)Qcbccdcdbnd
Palmoli (CH)Qaaandnd
ANOVAnsnsnsnsns
Total§§§nd
Fruit part

Data are shown as of triplicate analysis. nd: not detectable. ANOVA by column: different letters indicate significant difference (); not significant (ns); §mean of measurable compounds. ANOVA: peel vs. pulp. F: pears from “franco” rootstock; Q: pears from quince rootstock.

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