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Haplophyllum tuberculatum: An overview

  title={Haplophyllum tuberculatum: An overview},
  author={Amir Ali Raissi and Mehdi Arbabi and J. Roustakhiz and Mahtab Fattah Hosseini},
  journal={Journal of HerbMed Pharmacology},
Introduction: Haplophyllum tuberculatum, belonging to the Rutaceae family, is distributed in south-eastern regions of Iran, particularly in Baloochestan. This study was aimed to investigate and collect scientific reports such as morphological characteristics, phytochemical compounds, ecology, biotechnology and evaluation of the therapeutic properties of this valuable medicinal plant.Methods: In order to gather the information the keywords Haplophyllum tuberculatum, botany, genetic… 
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