Chemical Composition of the Essential Oils From Twigs, Leaves, and Cones of Thuja plicata and Its Cultivar Varieties “Fastigiata”, “Kornik,” and “Zebrina”

@article{Lis2019ChemicalCO,
  title={Chemical Composition of the Essential Oils From Twigs, Leaves, and Cones of Thuja plicata and Its Cultivar Varieties “Fastigiata”, “Kornik,” and “Zebrina”},
  author={Anna Maria Lis and Agata Swaczyna and Agnieszka Krajewska and Karolina E. Mellor},
  journal={Natural Product Communications},
  year={2019},
  volume={14}
}
The essential oils from different parts of Thuja plicata and its cultivar varieties “Fastigiata”, “Kornik,” and “Zebrina” were analyzed by gas chromatography (GC) and GC/mass spectrometry. More than 80 compounds were identified. The oils from leaves, twigs with leaves, and twigs without leaves contained mainly α-thujone (52.1%-59.2%), fenchone (10.0%-11.3%), and beyerene (3.7%-9.5%), whereas in the cone oil there were α-thujone (35.6%), sabinene (24.0%), and α-pinene (8.3%). The main… 
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