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Phytochemical characterization of several hawthorn (Crataegus spp.) species sampled from the Eastern Mediterranean region of Turkey

Çaliskan Oguzhan, Gündüz Kazim, Serçe Sedat, Toplu Celil, Kamiloglu Önder, Sengül Memnune, Ercisli Sezai

Year : 2012| Volume: 8| Issue : 29 | Page no: 16-21

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