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Archaeological resinous samples from Asian wrecks: Taxonomic characterization by GC-MS.
Plant resins, and particularly dammars from the Dipterocarpaceae family, were widely used in the past, notably as part of caulking material. The organic composition of resins, already complicated, isExpand
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Molecular and isotopic archaeology: Top grade tools to investigate organic archaeological materials
Abstract Molecular and isotopic studies of archaeological organic remains, based on identification of biomarker, allow their characterisation. Using a rigorous fractionation scheme of organicExpand
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Taxonomic characterisation of fresh Dipterocarpaceae resins by gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (GC–MS): providing clues for identification of unknown archaeological resins
Plant and particularly non-wood forest products have played an important role in the evolution of human cultures all over the world, as source of food but also of raw substances fulfilling material,Expand
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New insights in the chemical composition of benzoin balsams.
Benzoin balsam is an anthropic exudate obtained from the bark of several species of Styrax trees that is mainly used as a perfume fixative as well as a flavouring agent. Benzoe tonkinensis Laos (alsoExpand
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UHPLC‐HRMS/MS Based Profiling of Algerian Lichens and Their Antimicrobial Activities
Lichens are complex symbiotic organisms able to produce a vast array of compounds. The Algerian lichen diversity has only prompted little interest even given the 1085 species listed. Herein, theExpand
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Chemical Composition, Antimicrobial and Insecticidal Activities of Flowers Essential Oils of Alpinia zerumbet (Pers.) B.L.Burtt & R.M.Sm. from Martinique Island
Alpinia species, used as ornamental plants and flavoring agents, are renowned for their therapeutic properties and their subsequent use in traditional medicines throughout the world. Alpinia zerumbetExpand
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Chemical composition and antifungal activity of the essential oil of Varronia schomburgkii (DC.) Borhidi (Cordiaceae) from plants cultivated in French Guiana
Abstract This study reports for the first time the chemical composition of the essential oil of Varronia schomburgkii (DC.) Borhidi cultivated in French Guiana. This essential oil was examined by aExpand
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Composition and antifungal activity of the essential oil of Nashia inaguensis Millsp. (Verbenaceae) cultivated in French Guiana
Abstract This study reports the chemical composition of the essential oil of Nashia inaguensis Millsp. organically cultivated in French Guiana. This essential oil was examined by a combination ofExpand
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Corrigendum of the article: ‘Composition and antifungal activity of the essential oil of Nashia inaguensis Millsp. (Verbenaceae) cultivated in French Guiana’ published in the journal of essential oil
Abstract In a recent publication (DOI: 10.1080/10412905.2016.1142477), we presented the composition and antifungal activity of the essential oil of allegedly Nashia inaguensis Millsp. (Verbenaceae)Expand
Development of a Natural Anti-Age Ingredient Based on Quercus pubescens Willd. Leaves Extract—A Case Study
Consumers pay more and more attention not just to the safety and health aspects of ingredients entering their cosmetics’ formulations, but also to their potency, origin, processing, ethical value andExpand
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