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This review of plant coumarins discovered between 1978 and 1989 has been compiled on the premise that the reader has access to the 1978 review in this journal by the author (448). For immediate access to every known plant coumarin the present review should be read side-by-side with the previous review.

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Tetrahedron Letter Apium Graveolens Ruta Graveolens Dalbergia Sissoo Calophyllum Inophyllum 
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