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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 24, Issue 2, pp 162–166 | Cite as

Volatile components of the oleoresin of Abies alba

  • V. A. Khan
  • V. A. Pentegova
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Abstract

The composition of the volatile compoents of the oleoresin ofAbies alba Mill, has been studied. In this oleoresin 19 monoterpene compounds have been identified, the main ones of which are α- and β-pinenes and limonene. Among the 24 sesquitepene compounds identified in the oleoresin, 4 new terpenoids have been found: 10S,11S-himachala-2,3-diene, 10S,11S-himachala-3(12),4-diene, humula-4,9-dien-8-ol, and 4S,5S,10S-selin-6-en-4-ol. For the first time, α, β, and γ-himachalenes, 9-epicaryophyllene, intermedeol, and longiborneol have been found in the oleoresins of conifers of the genus Albies. A distinguishing feature of firs of the Albae series is the low content of oxygen-containing monoterpenoids and of sesquiterpenoids of the bisabolane series.

Keywords

Organic Chemistry Diene Alba Terpenoid Limonene 
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  • V. A. Khan
  • V. A. Pentegova

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