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Constituents of fruits, leaves and bark of fresno (Fraxinus uhdei)

, : Constituents of fruits, leaves and bark of fresno (Fraxinus uhdei). Revista Latinoamericana de Quimica 25(2): 86-90

Fruits, leaves and bark of Fraxinus uhdei (grown in Mexico) were studied chemically. 18 compounds were isolated, 15 of them for first time as constituents of F. uhdei.

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