Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 9, Issue 5, pp 578–579 | Cite as

The oils of four plants

  • V. S. Dolya
  • E. N. Shkurupii
  • N. S. Fursa


We have determined the physicochemical indices and fatty acid compositions of the oils of four plants:Atropa belladonna L.,Datura stramonium L.,Euonimus europaea L., andLepidium perfoliatum L.

The composition of the fatty acids ofL. perfoliatum L. is as given in the literature. The oils ofAtropa belladonna L. andD. stramonium L. contain the largest amounts of linoleic acid (86.46 and 58.39%, respectively).


Linoleic Acid Fatty Acid Composition Caproic Acid Steel Strip Unsaponifiable Matter 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1975

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. S. Dolya
  • E. N. Shkurupii
  • N. S. Fursa

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