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Chemical examination of the seeds of Prosopis cineraria


, : Chemical examination of the seeds of Prosopis cineraria. Indian Forester 108(10): 669-672

Dehusked seeds yielded 7.6% fat after extraction of the kernels with petroleum ether.

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Beri, R.; Dobhal, P.1; Ayyar, K., 1982: Chemical examination of the seeds of Prosopis cineraria India. Indian forester 108(10): 669-672

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