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Quassia

Introduction: Quassia

Description of Quassia

Quassia: A plant genus of the family SIMAROUBACEAE. Members contain quassinoids. Quassia simarouba has been reclassified as SIMAROUBA.
Source: MeSH 2007

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  • 'Light-for-dates' with signs of fetal malnutrition, 2,500+ grams
  • 'Light-for-dates' with signs of fetal malnutrition, 500-749 grams
  • 'Light-for-dates' with signs of fetal malnutrition, 750-999 grams
  • 'Light-for-dates' with signs of fetal malnutrition, less than 500 grams
  • 'Light-for-dates' with signs of fetal malnutrition, unspecified [weight]
  • 'Light-for-dates' without mention of fetal malnutrition
  • 'Light-for-dates' without mention of fetal malnutrition, 1,000- 1,249 grams
  • 'Light-for-dates' without mention of fetal malnutrition, 1,250- 1,499 grams
  • 'Light-for-dates' without mention of fetal malnutrition, 1,500- 1,749
  • 'Light-for-dates' without mention of fetal malnutrition, 1,750- 1,999 grams

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