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Tentative identification of volatile components of pineapple juice from varieties Red Spanish and PR 1-67

, : Tentative identification of volatile components of pineapple juice from varieties Red Spanish and PR 1-67. Journal of agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 73(3): 189-194


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