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Figure 3: Hierarchical clustering of 9 Arnica accessions on the basis of the phenolic compounds assayed and total STLs. The content of phenolic com­pounds is reported in Table 1. Key to accessions identities: A-Cultivated, ex­perimental field "Zlatni mostove", Vitosha Mt., Bulgaria; B -Botanical Garden, Oulu University, Finland; C -Cultivar "Marburg", Germany, grower; D -Botani­cal Garden, Joensuu University, Finland; E -Botanical Garden, Turku Universi­ty, Finland; F -Cultivar "ARBO", Germany, breeder; G -Cultivated, experimental field, Poland; H -Pharmacy store, origin Central America; I -Cultivated, experi­mental field "Beglika", Rhodopi Mt., Bulgaria

Figure 3: Hierarchical clustering of 9 <i>Arnica</i> accessions on the basis of the phenolic compounds assayed and total STLs. The content of phenolic com­pounds is reported in Table 1. Key to accessions identities: A-Cultivated, ex­perimental field