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Diosgenin content in the roots of Piper betle was estimated by GLC and was found to be 0.08% on dry wt basis. The roots, a waste by-product obtained during replantation of the crop, can be tapped as cheaper source of diosgenin and may prove a boon for commercially limping betelvine industry.
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Author(s): B S Dixit R Banerji J K Johri G R Bhatt K P Sircar