Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 20, Issue 6, pp 677–680 | Cite as

Composition of the essential oil ofTanacetum vulgare

  • A. D. Dembitskii
  • G. I. Krotova
  • R. A. Yurina
  • R. Suleeva


The essential oil of the common tansy obtained from a population growing in the Dzhungarain Ala-Tau has been investigated. More than 50 substances have been detected, of which 39, including the main ones, have been identified.


Geraniol Borneol Sabinene Bornyl Acetate Thujone 


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  • A. D. Dembitskii
  • G. I. Krotova
  • R. A. Yurina
  • R. Suleeva

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