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Agrimonia aitchisonii Schonbeck Temesy (Rosaceae): A New Source Of Methyl Myrtenate  [2007]

Melkani, A.B. Negi, A. Javed, M.S. Beauchamp, P.S. et al.

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Abstract
The essential oil from the aerial parts of Agrimonia aitchisonii (Rosaceae), obtained by steam distillation was investigated by GC, GC/MS and NMR spectroscopy. The oil was found to be rich in methyl myrtenate (62.4%). Other components with significant percentage were limonene (7.2%), linalool (4.8%), myrtenyl acetate (4.6%), linalyl acetate (5.9%) and zingiberene (2.4%).
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  • terpenoids
  • zingiberene
  • plant extracts
  • chemical constituents of plants
  • Agrimonia
  • aqueous solutions
  • methyl myrtenate
  • chemical analysis
  • myrtenyl acetate
  • limonene
  • Agrimonia aitchisonii
  • distillation
  • acetates
  • yields
  • volatile compounds
  • linalool
  • essential oils
  • linalyl acetate

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Journal of essential oil research : JEOR

ISSN : 1041-2905

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Language : English

Type : Journal Article

In AGRIS since : 2013

Volume : 19

Issue : 3

Start Page : 273

End Page : 275

All titles :

" Agrimonia aitchisonii Schonbeck Temesy (Rosaceae): A New Source Of Methyl Myrtenate "