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Chemical composition of a CO2 extract of rose fruit


The chemical composition and physicochemical characteristics of a CO2 extract of rose fruit have been studied. It was established that the main component of the extract consisted of lipids, and the class and fatty-acid compositions of these are given.

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Almaty Pharmaceutical Factory Company Limited, 480008, Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty, ul. Shevchenko, 162-E, fax 42 96 75. Translated from Khimiya Prirodnykh Soedinenii, No. 6, pp. 880–882, November–December, 1997.

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Omarova, M.A., Artamonova, N.A. & Proskurin, B.M. Chemical composition of a CO2 extract of rose fruit. Chem Nat Compd 33, 689–690 (1997).

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  • Lipid
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physicochemical Characteristic
  • Rose Fruit