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Chemical Composition and Biological Activities of Elsholtzia splendens Essential Oil
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 Title & Authors
Chemical Composition and Biological Activities of Elsholtzia splendens Essential Oil
Kim, Sang-Suk; Oh, Hyun-Jeong; Baik, Jong-Seok; Oh, Tae-Heon; Yun, Pil-Yong; Kim, Chang-Sook; Lee, Nam-Ho; Hyun, Chang-Gu;
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 Keywords
Elsholtzia splendens;Oil;
 Language
English
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