Plants named Oxystropis rosea growing in Namangan region of the Republic of Uzbekistan were collected during the flowering period and carried out para-hydrodistillation , then identified the presence of essential oils in the composition by chromata-mass spectrometry analysis.
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Sulaymonov, Sh; Abdullayev, Sh; and Qoraboyeva, B
"COMPOSITION OF ESSENTIAL OILS OF THE PLANT OXYTROPIS ROSEA,"
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