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Economically useful plants of Sri Lanka. V. Seed fats of some Garcinia species (Guttiferaceae)



Economically useful plants of Sri Lanka. V. Seed fats of some Garcinia species (Guttiferaceae)



Journal of the National Science Council of Sri Lanka 10(2): 221-223



The seed fats of 4 Garcinia spp. were analysed with a view to use as a coconut oil substitute.

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