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  • Géza Zemplén

Zusammenfassung

Vorkommen: In den Früchten von Cicer arietinum L.1). In dem wässerigen Auszuge von Edelkastanienblättern (Castanea sativa) in reichlicher Menge i-Inosit und eine wahrscheinlich Ca-Mg-Verbindung des Inosits2) Inosit wurde in der wässerigen Abkochung des Hirtentäschelkrautes (Capsella Bursa pastoris) gefunden3).

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  • Géza Zemplén
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  1. 1.BudapestHungary

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