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The Chemistry of Plant Constituents

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The Chemistry of Plant Constituents
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Publisher: Burgess publishing co.
Number of pages: 484

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The subject matter of this book treats of the chemistry of plant constituents and some of the theories advanced to explain their formations. Various probable and also possible reactions that may be involved in the formation of the many known and characterizing parts of large molecules found in plants have been presented and discussed.

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