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Analysis of fruits Schinus molle extractions and the efficacy in inhibition of growth the fungi in laboratory

  title={Analysis of fruits Schinus molle extractions and the efficacy in inhibition of growth the fungi in laboratory},
  author={Basil Mohamed Ibrahim and Zakaria Al – Naser},
The investigation was carried out during 2013 2014 at the laboratories of Plant Protection Dep., Faculty of Agriculture, and Chemistry Dep. Damascus University. the constituents of oil extracts isola ted from ripe fruits of Schinus molle L. Anacardiaceae family, from grown in Damascus, Syria ,. Extracts were prepared from dried and powdered ripe fruits with solvents ( n-hexane, petroleum ether). The oil extracts were e xamined by GC-MS. A total of 10 components were identified. The oil extracts… Expand

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