(Received 18 February 1992; accepted 16 March 1992)
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In order to properly document the botanical features present in a sample submitted as suspected marijuana and to reduce the problems of the disposal of the hazardous wastes produced with the use of the Duquenois-Levine Test, a protocol is described that involves recording the morphological features of Cannabis found in a sample and two thin-layer chromatography systems for determining the cannabinoids present. This protocol provides more information on a sample than was obtained with other, previous protocols involving the Duquenois-Levine Test.
Supervisor, Kentucky State Police-Northern Regional Lab, Kentucky State Police, Highland Heights, KY
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