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The resin acids of Ricinocarpus stylosus. Two minor diterpenoid constituents of Ricinocarpus stylosus


, : The resin acids of Ricinocarpus stylosus. Two minor diterpenoid constituents of Ricinocarpus stylosus. Chem. & Ind, 44, 1801-2

KEYWORDS: Botany general \ plant composition \ plant composition \ chemical composition \ plant composition \ plant composition \ chemical composition \ diterpenes \ Genetics \ Ricinocarpus stylosus

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