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Phytochemical dictionary of the Leguminosae. Volume 1. Plants and their constituents. Volume 2. Chemical constituents

, : Phytochemical dictionary of the Leguminosae. Volume 1. Plants and their constituents. Volume 2. Chemical constituents. Phytochemical dictionary of the Leguminosae Volume 1 Plants and their constituents Volume 2 Chemical constituents: lvii + 1051 pp.; 573 pp.

This book, compiled from the International Legume Database and Information Service and the Chapman & Hall Chemical Database, is divided into 2 volumes. The first volume lists all species of the Leguminosae from which natural products have been reported.

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