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However, Amazonian H. courbaril has yielded both copalic acid (Figure 3-16) and the antipodal lab-13-en-8-ol-15-oic acid (Figure 3-12) (102). It is not known how different the induced resin may be from that formed constitutively in the pockets. As the resin exudes from the trunk, labdatriene acids provide the predominant monomers, which may undergo a photoinduced polymerization by oxyradicals, such as semiquinones, as the resins issue into the atmosphere and are exposed to UV radiation (104). Cunningham et al.
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