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Phytoconstituents and Their Mode of Extractions: An Overview

@inproceedings{Varma2016PhytoconstituentsAT,
  title={Phytoconstituents and Their Mode of Extractions: An Overview},
  author={N. Varma and Rjces},
  year={2016}
}
Phytoconstituents are chemical compounds that occur naturally in plants. Some are responsible for colour and other organoleptic properties. The term is generally refer to biologically significant chemicals, but not established as essential nutrients. Some Phytoconstituents with physiological properties may be elements rather than complex organic molecules. An assortment of different Phytoconstituents is scheduled in this review. A wide range of technologies is available for the extraction of… Expand
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