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Chemical investigation of fatty oil of Bursera penicillata seed

, : Chemical investigation of fatty oil of Bursera penicillata seed. Indian Forester 109(1): 41-44

An important exotic yielding essential oil from the fruit husk and seed. The seed contains 17-18% by weight of the oil and a paper chromatographic analysis showed it to contain glycerides of myristic, palmitic, stearic, oleic and linoleic acids. Various physico-chemical characteristics are tabulated.

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