45 days after stopping of treatment. Activity has been attributed to loss of libido in treated animals

Garg et al. (1970) Luscombe and Taha (1974) Thompson and Anderson (1978) Deshpande et al. (1980) Farnsworth and Waller (1982)

Blighia sapida Koenig


Hederagin and oleanolic

At a concentration of 2% spermicical* against

Banerji etal. (1979b)

(Akee apple)

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