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(Artemisia annua L), , 340 . . .

, , . - , , , ; 1632 .[1]

, , , - . . , . - (Loja), , , ( Chucchuni chucchuhuanmi chucchum hapihuan chucchuymanchayani; Hamppi, , 1608). , , , , , . , , , , .[2]

, X quinquina ( ). , . .[3] , , - .

1640- , [4]. , , 1820 .[5]

XX , , , . , , . , . , , .[6]

1. ↑ Bernabé Cobo. Historia del Nuevo Mundo
2. ↑ http://www.millersville.edu/~columbus/data/art/NERI-1.ART
3. ↑ http://www.bilimdon.uz/?p=486
4. ↑ Kaufman T, Rúveda E (2005). The quest for quinine: those who won the battles and those who won the war.. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 44 (6): 854-85.
5. ↑ Kyle R, Shampe M (1974). Discoverers of quinine. JAMA 229 (4): 462.
6. ↑ Raju T (2006). Hot brains: manipulating body heat to save the brain.. Pediatrics 117 (2): e320-1. PMID 16452338.

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