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Figure 2: (a) Typical chromatograms of reference standards in different detection wavelengths: (1) 325 nm, (2) 210 nm, (3) 230 nm, (4) 280 nm, (5) 300 nm; (b) Typical chromatograms of reference standards in optimized wavelength: (1) chlorogenic acid; (2) caffeic acid; (3) apigenin- 7-O-glucoside; (4) rosmarinic acid; (c) Typical chromatograms of G. longituba samples

Figure 2: (a) Typical chromatograms of reference standards in different detection wavelengths: (1) 325 nm, (2) 210 nm, (3) 230 nm, (4) 280 nm, (5) 300 nm; (b) Typical chromatograms of reference standards in optimized wavelength: (1) chlorogenic acid; (2) caffeic acid; (3) apigenin- 7-O-glucoside; (4) rosmarinic acid; (c) Typical chromatograms of <i>G. longituba</i> samples