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|Abstract:||The leaves of the plant, <b><i>Comus capitata</i> Wall. ex Roxb.,</b> possess antiviral and semen coagulating properties and seeds are found to contain alkaloids. Bhakuni and others from Lucknow evaluated arjunolic acid, a pentacyclictrihydroxy triterpenic acid and the major secondary metabolite of the plant for its insect growth and feeding inhibitory activities.|
|Appears in Collections:||NPR Vol.2(1) [January-February 2003]|
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