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A study on nutritional composition of the fruit of Rhodomyrtus tomentosa






Wuyi Science Journal 14: 226-228

A study on nutritional composition of the fruit of Rhodomyrtus tomentosa

Protein, crude fibre and total sugars contents of fruits of R. tomentosa were 6.21, 34.97 and 18.53%, respectively.


Accession: 003027804



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