phytochemistry


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phytochemistry

[′fīd·ō‚kem·ə·strē]
(botany)
The study of the chemistry of plants, plant products, and processes taking place within plants.
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Atta ur, Antifungal steroidal lactones from Withania coagulance, Phytochemistry, 40, 1243 (1995).
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Quercetin 3-glycosides from the leaves of Solanum nigrum," Phytochemistry, 28: 1755-1757: (1989)
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