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Lc-ms analysis of rind and pulp of citrus limon (l.) Burm. F. Fruits

Mejo Jose, Sunilkumar T.*, V. T. Antony

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Citrus limon fruits are commonly used as soft drink. It possess medicinal values also as a part of nutraceutical studies. Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrophotometric Analysis (LCMS in Citrus limon fruits were done for the determination of the major components in it.  The medicinal and health promoting properties are due to the presence of active principles on it.


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Citrus limon; Terpenoids; Phenolic compounds Coumarins

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