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      Hydrocarbons of geochemical significance in microscopic algae

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      Phytochemistry
      Elsevier BV

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          DISTRIBUTION OFn-PARAFFINS IN MARINE ORGANISMS AND SEDIMENT1

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            Hydrocarbons of blue-green algae: geochemical signfficance.

            The hydrocarbon compositions of 11 species of blue-green algae are simple and qualitatively similar. Three marine coccoids contain only monoenoic and dienoic C(19) hydrocarbons. Hydrocarbons of the remaining eight species are C(15) to C(18). Hydrocarbons of higher molecular weight (C(20) or more) were not detected. Blue-green algae do not appear to be the source material for the longchain (greater than 20 carbons) hydrocarbons found in ancient sediments.
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              Mass Spectrometry in Structural and Stereochemical Problems. XXXII.1Pentacyclic Triterpenes

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                Phytochemistry
                Phytochemistry
                Elsevier BV
                00319422
                March 1970
                March 1970
                : 9
                : 3
                : 603-612
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                10.1016/S0031-9422(00)85700-3
                e702bda4-eb2e-4b47-ad68-8e903cbdeb43
                © 1970

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