This review of plant coumarins discovered between 1989 and early 1996 has been compiled on the premise that the reader has access to the two previous reviews in this series by the reviewer, those of 1978 in Vol. 35 (171) and 1991 in Vol. 58 (172). With these other two reviews to hand, the reader will have immediate access to every plant coumarin ever known and should readily be able to determine, for example, if a coumarin just isolated is indeed a new natural plant product.


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