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Master of Science (M.S.)
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Alice Joan Matuszak
The roots and rhizomes of Anemopsis Californica (Nutt.) Hook and Arn. (family Saururaceae) have been used by the early Spanish Americans and Indians to treat a variety of ailments. The plant is commonly known as Yerba del Mansa, Yerba Mansa, or Manza.
We decided to investigate the essential oil of Anemopsis Californica in greater detail. The results of our investigation to date are included and described in this thesis.
Acharya, Ramesh Narmadashanker. (1967). Studies on the essential oil of Anemopsis Californica. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/400
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