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Abstract

Extraction of the resin of Canarium boivinii Engl., Burseracae located in Madagascar, gave limonene, dipentene, α-pinene, α- and β-amyrins, elemadienonic and elemadienolic acids; this acid is not a unique product but it has been proved to be a mixture of at least two components, very difficult to separate. © 1971.

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Billet, D., Heitz, S., Raulais, D., & Matschenko, A. (1971). Constituants terpeniques de Canarium boivinii engl. Phytochemistry, 10(7), 1681–1683. https://doi.org/10.1016/0031-9422(71)85050-1

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