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Naphthaquinones and flavonols from leaves of Drosera peltata



Naphthaquinones and flavonols from leaves of Drosera peltata



Fitoterapia 61(1): 85-86



Drosera peltata is used in traditional medicine for its anti-syphilitic, alterative, tonic and anti-fertility properties.

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