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Neutral constituents of the aerial parts of sida rhombifolia var rhomboidea


, : Neutral constituents of the aerial parts of sida rhombifolia var rhomboidea. Fitoterapia 60(2): 163-164

Neutral fraction of petrol extract of the aerial part of S. rhombifolia var. rhomboidea afforded n-alkanes (C15-C35), long chain alcohols (C14-C33) and a mixture of .DELTA.5-, .DELTA.7-, .DELTA.8- sterols.

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