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Introduction Clitoria ternatea, commonly known as butterfly pea, is a perennial herbaceous plant from the Fabaceae family.
Vividly deep blue, with a solitary hint and marked with light yellow color, the blue butterfly flower is a treat to the eyes.
ternatea will encourage more research on this plant and stimulate further discoveries that might lead to second and third generation products.
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Some of the biophysical properties of C.
As organic colours are not permanent, this type of gin is recommended to be stored in a dark place to maintain the effect.
In 2014, butelase-1, the ligase that facilitates cyclization in C.
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