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Investigation of the essential oil of Piper cubeba from Ceylon


Plantes Medicinales et Phytotherapie 25(2-3): 118-122
Investigation of the essential oil of Piper cubeba from Ceylon
P. cubeba is used as an adulterant of pepper. The composition of the essential oil from Sri Lankan-grown fruits was compared with that of Indonesian-grown fruits (data tabulated).


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