Analysis on Volatile Constituents in Leaves and Fruits of Ficus carica by GC-MS

  title={Analysis on Volatile Constituents in Leaves and Fruits of Ficus carica by GC-MS},
  author={Jun Li and Yu-zeng Tian and Bao-ya Sun and Dan Yang and Ji-ping Chen and Qi-ming Men},
  journal={Chinese Herbal Medicines},
Objective To identify and analyze the volatile constituents in the leaves and fruits of Ficus carica. 

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