Essential oil ofPerovskia angustifolia from Kyrgyzystan
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The water distilled essential oils from leaves ofPerovskia angustifolia (Labiatae) collected from three different localities in the Arslonbob mountains of Kyrgyzystan were analyzed by GC/MS. 1,8-Cineole (12.0–27.5%), α-pinene (7.3–14.7%), epi-13-manool (3.8–12.6%) bornyl acetate (1.2–8.7%), camphene (2.5–6.8%), camphor (4.3–6.5%), β-caryophyllene (3.2–6.5%), caryophyllene oxide (1.7–5.9%), α-humulene (2.1–5.2%), humulene epoxide II (1.9–4.8%), caryophylladienol (1.4–4.3%), and borneol (3.0–3.2%) were found as major constituents.
KeywordsOxide Acetate Organic Chemistry Epoxide Major Constituent
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