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Tri terpenic and steroidal compounds of cnicus benedictus

Planta Medica 31(4): 375-377

Tri terpenic and steroidal compounds of cnicus benedictus

Light petrol and chloroform extracts of the herba of C. benedictus yielded .alpha.-amyrenone, .alpha.-amyrine acetate, .alpha.-amyrine, oleanolic acid, multiflorenol acetate, multiflorenol and sitosteryl-3 .beta.-D-glucoside.

Accession: 006840366

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