The accumulation of biologically active substances by the leaves of stinging nettle, collected in various urban and agrobiocenoses of the Voronezh region
AUTHORS : Dyakova ON. | Gaponov S.P. | Slivkin A.I. | Bobina E.A. | Shishorin L.A.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Voronezh State University (Voronezh)
YEAR : 2020
SUMMARY An important and little-studied aspect of the influence of human economic activity on medicinal plants is that in response to an increase in anthropogenic load, additional synthesis of secondary metabolites is induced, in particular,
oxycinnamic acids, which play an important role in plant adaptation to changing conditions. The aim of the study was to study the accumulation of oxycinnamic acids in nettle leaves collected in agro- and urban-biogeocenoses of the Voronezh
region, different from the point of view of anthropogenic impact. Within the
framework of the study,