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Studies On The Alkaloids Of Amaryllidaceae. Iii. The Alkaloids Of Lycoris Squamigera Maxim. And Other 2 Lycoris Species, And A New Alkaloid, Squamigerine


, : Studies On The Alkaloids Of Amaryllidaceae. Iii. The Alkaloids Of Lycoris Squamigera Maxim. And Other 2 Lycoris Species, And A New Alkaloid, Squamigerine. Yao Xue Xue Bao 11: 1-14



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