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ISOLATION, PURIFICATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS FROM ELATERIOSPERMUM TAPOS

@inproceedings{Ling2006ISOLATIONPA,
  title={ISOLATION, PURIFICATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS FROM ELATERIOSPERMUM TAPOS},
  author={S. Ling and S. Fukumori and K. Tomii and T. Tanaka and I. Kouno and S. D. Ehsan},
  year={2006}
}
  • S. Ling, S. Fukumori, +3 authors S. D. Ehsan
  • Published 2006
  • Chemistry
  • Elateriospermum tapos, known as perah tree of the family Euphorbiaceae, is a monoecious canopy species found in Southeast Asian tropical rainforests. In Malaysia, the species is abundant in lowland forests throughout the country especially in northern parts of Peninsular Malaysia. The tree is easily recognized by the reddish pink foliage during a leaf flush. The timber from the tree is hard and heavy and is used for construction and firewood. Fruits and seeds are consumed by native communities… CONTINUE READING
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