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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp 49–52 | Cite as

Terpenoids of the oleoresin ofPinus kochiana

  • T. D. Drebushchak
  • V. A. Khan
  • É. N. Shmidt
  • Zh. V. Dubovenko
  • É. P. Kemertelizde
  • V. A. Pentegova
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Abstract

The chemical composition of the oleoresin of Koch's pine growing in the Caucasus has been studied. It has been shown that, with respect to the composition of the monoterpenes and the resin acids, the oleoresin of this species does not differ from oleoresins of the subgenusDiploxylon studied previously. Predominating among the sesquiterpenes is germacrene D, which has not previously been found in the resins of the conifers of the USSR. The diterpenoids are represented by tricyclic compounds (pimarinol, isopimarinol, and methyl 15-hydroxydehydroabietate and the hydrocarbons corresponding to them).

Keywords

Resin Acid Turpentine Siberian Larch Methyleugenol Sesquiterpene Hydrocarbon 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • T. D. Drebushchak
  • V. A. Khan
  • É. N. Shmidt
  • Zh. V. Dubovenko
  • É. P. Kemertelizde
  • V. A. Pentegova

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