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Yield and chemical composition study of turpentine from maritime Pine (Pinus pinaster) and Aleppo Pine (Pinus halepensis) in Morocco

Yield and chemical composition study of turpentine from maritime Pine (Pinus pinaster) and Aleppo Pine (Pinus halepensis) in Morocco

Acta Botanica Gallica 152(1): 3-10

The yield and the chemical composition of turpentine of maritime Pine (Pinus pinaster) and the Aleppo Pine (P. halepensis) of Morocco were studied. Turpentine contents of the maritime pine of Mamora and Aleppo pine from Rommani and Zerhoun were 22, 27 and 18%, respectively.

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