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Extractives from Evodia hupehensis fruit hull, peduncle, twig and leaf

Extractives from Evodia hupehensis fruit hull, peduncle, twig and leaf

Pharmazie 40(11): 812-813

The data include a list of coumarins, alkaloids, fatty acids, sterols, alcohols and other compounds found in the material collected from a tree of E. hupehensis growing in Germany.

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