Terpenes in Hemp and Cannabis Determined Using EI GC-MS/MS
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Terpenes are produced by a wide variety of plants serving such purposes as attracting pollinators and deterring herbivores. These functions are critical to the survival of the plant; thus, terpene production is a primary metabolic process. The specific terpenoids characteristic of a certain plant relate to its genetic lineage and its interaction across time with other organisms and the environment.1,2
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