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Fig. 7

From: Nationwide distribution of Kyo-yasai (heirloom vegetables in Kyoto) and the advantages of traditional farming methods with importance of ‘Syun’: a case of mizuna

Fig. 7

Changes in the amount of compound 1 (BUITC), compound 2 (PEN), and compound 3 (PEITC) of mizuna over time for 1 year. Values were measured on a fresh weight basis and each symbol represents mg/100 g of the individual value: (filled with circle) 6 kind of lineages in open-field cultivation; (open circle) unknown lineages purchased from supermarket in cultivation in greenhouse. A BUITC; B PEN; C PEITC

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