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Studies on the Pinus species growing in Sri Lankan plantations. II. Turpentine content of Pinus caribaea oleoresin and studies directed towards the commercial extraction of turpentine

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E. R. Jansz,

Natural Products Section, Ceylon Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research (CISIR), P. O. Box 787, Colombo, Sri Lanka., LK
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S. Santhiramoulesan,

Natural Products Section, Ceylon Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research (CISIR), P. O. Box 787, Colombo, Sri Lanka., LK
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K. D. Ratnayake,

Natural Products Section, Ceylon Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research (CISIR), P. O. Box 787, Colombo, Sri Lanka., LK
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L.A. Goonetilleke ,

Natural Products Section, Ceylon Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research (CISIR), P. O. Box 787, Colombo, Sri Lanka., LK
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N. S. K. Ramasundara

Natural Products Section, Ceylon Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research (CISIR), P. O. Box 787, Colombo, Sri Lanka., LK
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How to Cite: Jansz, E.R., Santhiramoulesan, S., Ratnayake, K.D., Goonetilleke, L.A. and Ramasundara, N.S.K., 1980. Studies on the Pinus species growing in Sri Lankan plantations. II. Turpentine content of Pinus caribaea oleoresin and studies directed towards the commercial extraction of turpentine. Journal of the National Science Foundation of Sri Lanka, 8(1), pp.53–60.
Published on 30 Jun 1980.
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