Capability of Wild Rosa rugosa and Its Varieties and Hybrids to Produce Sesquiterpene Components in Leaf Glandular Trichomes

  title={Capability of Wild Rosa rugosa and Its Varieties and Hybrids to Produce Sesquiterpene Components in Leaf Glandular Trichomes},
  author={Yasuyuki Hashidoko and Keiko Endoh and Toshihiro Kudo and Satoshi Tahara},
  journal={Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry},
  pages={2037 - 2043}
The sesquiterpene contents in leaves of wild Rosa rugosa and of sixty-one hybrid rugosas were quantitatively measured by a GC analysis. In this group of samples, the greater the number of glandular trichomes the hybrid rugosas possessed on their leaves, the larger the amount of sesquiterpenes they accumulated. In contrast, those having no leaf glandular hairs contained only a trace amount of sesquiterpene components. The concentrations of bisaborosaol A (1) and carota-1,4-dienaldehyde (2) as… 
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