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Plumeria rubra

  • T. K. Lim
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Scientific Name

Plumeria rubraL.

Synonyms

Plumeria acuminata W.T.Aiton, Plumeria acutifolia Poir., Plumeria acutifolia var. gasparrini A.DC., Plumeria angustifolia A.DC., Plumeria arborea Noronha, Plumeria arborescens G.Don, Plumeria aurantia Endl., Plumeria aurantia Lodd. ex G.Don, Plumeria aurantiaca Steud., Plumeria bicolor Ruiz & Pav., Plumeria blandfordiana Lodd. ex G.Don, Plumeria carinata Ruiz & Pav., Plumeria conspicua G.Don, Plumeria gouanii D.Don ex G.Don., Plumeria incarnata Mill., Plumeria incarnata var. milleri (G.Don) A.DC., Plumeria jamesonii Hook., Plumeria kerrii G.Don, Plumeria kunthiana Kostel., Plumeria lambertiana Lindl., Plumeria loranthifolia Müll.Arg., Plumeria lutea Ruiz & Pav., Plumeria macrophylla Lodd. ex G.Don, Plumeria megaphylla A.DC., Plumeria mexicana Lodd., Plumeria milleri G.Don, Plumeria mollis Kunth, Plumeria northiana Lodd. ex G.Don, Plumeria purpurea Ruiz & Pav., Plumeria rubra f. acuminata (W.T.Aiton) Woodson, Plumeria rubra f. acutifolia...

Keywords

Ursolic Acid Stem Bark Methyl Stearate Benzyl Benzoate Linalool Oxide 
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  • T. K. Lim
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  1. 1.CanberraAustralia

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