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From: Variation in the microbial community contributes to the improvement of the main active compounds of Magnolia officinalis Rehd. et Wils in the process of sweating

Fig. 1

Content of four main compounds in the process of Houpo sweating. A HPLC chromatogram of MG and HK of 11 timepoints samples: 1.HK; 2. MG. a–k represent reference substance, 0 day–5 dp samples, respectively. B Contents of MG and HK in the process of sweating. C HPLC chromatogram of MG and HK of 11 timepoints samples: 3.SG; 4. MF. a–k represent reference substance, 0 d–5 dp samples, respectively. D Contents of SG and MF in the process of sweating. Data were presented as mean ± SD (n = 3). Different letters indicate significant differences at P < 0.05 (based on Duncan test)

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