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Amygdales scoparia is an important medicinal and commercial species from Rosaceous and resistant to heat and drought. Iran’s weather is drought, then Amygdales scoparia is suitable produced bitter seeds normally but there is one Sweet Amygdales genotype’s stand among of many bitter Amygdales genotypes in Naein province, and due to economical importance of Amygdales sweet seeds, this research was compared the morphological and biochemical properties of these sweet and bitter genotypes. Morphological aspects such as length and latitude leaf, shoot and petiole length seed and core weight were identified. Biochemical analysis of seed extracts, in comparison with standard sample, was determined their amygdaline quantities. Results demonstrated that shoot length, leaf length and latitude, seed diameter and core weight for sweet genotype was less from bitter ones, but petiole length of sweet genotype was more than bitter and Leaf latitude in sweet genotype is same as the bitter ones. Quantity Amygdaline in sweet sample was less from bitter ones.

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Author(s): Reihaneh Sabbaghzadeh and Mohsen Asadbegi


Morphologic, Biochemical, Amygdales scoparia L.

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