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BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF CITRUS SINENSIS VARIETIES - A REVIEW

Geeta R. Arora and S.B. Kalidhar*
Department of Chemistry, C.C.S. Agricultural University, Hisar 125 004, India
sbkalidhar@gmail.com

DOI:
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267 - 278
Article ID:
ARCC1362
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Abstract
Citrus sinensis, a first in the World’s fruit production, is of a considerable economicimportance. A number of studies on health benefits associated with Citrus phytochemicals arethere. In this review pharmacological, antimicrobial, insecticidal and those of pure isolates andcrude extracts have been described.
Keywords
Citrus sinensis, Rutceae, Biological activity.
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