Components of Artemisia pontica
Chemical components from the aerial part of the Kazakhstan population of Artemisia pontica, from which the rarely encountered flavonoids 7-O-methyl- and 4′,7-di-O-methyl-esters of apigenin were isolated for the first time, were identified. The complete chemical composition of the essential oil was established using GC-MS.
Key wordsArtemisia pontica essential oil monoterpenoids GC-MS 7-O-methyl- and 4′,7-di-O-methyl-esters of apigenin
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