Chemical Composition of Macerated Plant Parts of White Mustard Sinapis alba

@article{Swarcewicz2013ChemicalCO,
  title={Chemical Composition of Macerated Plant Parts of White Mustard Sinapis alba},
  author={M. Swarcewicz and M. Adaszyńska and E. Wrzesińska and A. Komorowska},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2013},
  volume={49},
  pages={557-558}
}
Mustard species are known as multi-functional plants [1]. Apart from traditional uses of seeds in medicine and nutrition, these plants are used as raw material for foodstuffs and fodder, and in the chemical and cosmetic industries. At present, there is increasing interest in their phytosanitary functions relative to some diseases, pests, and weeds. The aim of this work in comparing chemical composition of the leaves, stems, and roots of white mustard (Sinapis alba L., Brassicaceae) obtained… Expand

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