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Chemistry of myricanol a phenolic component of the stem bark of myrica nagi d

, : Chemistry of myricanol a phenolic component of the stem bark of myrica nagi d. Indian Journal of Chemistry 9(4): 379

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Krishnamoorthy, V.S.shadri, T., 1971: Chemistry of myricanol: a phenolic component of the stem-bark of Myrica nagi. Indian journal of chemistry: 9 (4) 379

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