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This booklet makes a speciality of phytonutrients, particularly, the hugely oxygenated triterpenoids referred to as limonoids that happen essentially within the genus Citra and different heavily comparable genera. It experiences the heritage of chemical learn on limonoids and discusses their organic advantages, together with melanoma prevention in people and antifeedant job in agricultural pests.

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