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find a natural product which has a ketone in its
structure. Describe that material on the discussion
board; discuss how the ketone plays a role in the
activity of that natural product. Compare each
others structures and they are different or the
same in terms of structure and activity
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find a natural product which has a ketone in its structure. Describe that material on the discussion board; discuss how the ketone plays a role in the activity of that natural product. Compare each others structures and they are different or the same in terms of structure and activity

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