Chemical Composition of the Essential Oil of Satureja myrtifolia (Boiss. & Hohen.) from Lebanon

@article{Zebib2015ChemicalCO,
  title={Chemical Composition of the Essential Oil of Satureja myrtifolia (Boiss. \& Hohen.) from Lebanon},
  author={Bachar Zebib and Marc El Beyrouthy and Carl Safi and Othmane Merah},
  journal={Journal of Essential Oil Bearing Plants},
  year={2015},
  volume={18},
  pages={248 - 254}
}
Abstract Satureja myrtifolia (Boiss. & Hohen.) Greuter & Burdeta medicinal plant belonging to the Lamiaceae family was collected from south of Lebanon and hydro-distilled by Clevenger method. Essential oil composition from aerial parts was analyzed by GC-MS technique. The odor of essential oil is characteristic, and clear yellow liquid oil was obtained after hydro-distillation. The yield of the essential oil was 1.25±0.02 % of dry matter (w/w). Thirty nine volatile components were identified in… 

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