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A comparative study on turpentine oils of oleoresins of Pinus sylvestris L. from three districts of Denizli.

  title={A comparative study on turpentine oils of oleoresins of Pinus sylvestris L. from three districts of Denizli.},
  author={Ibrahim Tumen and Markku H T Reunanen},
  journal={Records of Natural Products},
Oleoresin samples collected from Pinus sylvestris L. trees from Acipayam, Cal and Camlibel, three different locations in Denizli-Turkey. The constituents of the turpentine oil, obtained by hydrodistillation of oleoresin of Pinus sylvestris L., were identified by GC-MS. Fifty four constituents were detected from the turpentine oil, which constituted about between 96.2% and 98.2% of the total amount. Major constituents of the oil were α-pinene, β-pinene, camphene, longifolene, ∆-carene, limonene… 

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