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Paulownia tomentosa, which adapts to the land of Denizli, has a rapid growth feature. In this study, content analysis was carried out in order to determine the antioxidant content of the Paulownia tomentosa tree. According to this, the most much catechin was found in the general phenolic content of the plant (24035.90 μg/g in the leaf extract, 13837.14 μg/g in the flower extract). The least amount of chlorogenic acid was (34.863 μg/g in the leaf extract, 82.260 μg/g in the flower extract) found. β-carotene was obtained as 7716,00 µg/g in leaf content and 501,67 µg/g in flower contents. Our plant is a plant that contains total phenolic substances in leaf and flower extract. Due to its potential for impact; ethnobotany, is a plant species that can be used in phytotherapy, pharmacology, modern medical applications and animal feed industry.
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