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Diterpenoid oxides: colensanone from Cassia petersiana Bolle


Diterpenoid oxides: colensanone from Cassia petersiana Bolle



Luso: Journal of Science and Technology 3(2): 119-121



The pods of C. petersiana are edible. The roots and leaves have medicinal properties. Colensenone and colensanone were obtained from the leaves.

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