Chemical composition and antioxidant activity of some important betel vine landraces

  title={Chemical composition and antioxidant activity of some important betel vine landraces},
  author={Suryasnata Das and Reena Parida and I. Sriram Sandeep and Basudev Kar and Sanghamitra Nayak and Sujata Mohanty},
  pages={128 - 132}
Abstract The essential oil composition and in vitro antioxidant activity of eight important betel vine landraces, such as Balia, Chandrakala, Dandabalunga, Desibangla, Godibangla, Karpada local, Maghai and Nahua were evaluated in this research. GC and GC-MS analysis of the essential oil resulted in identification of 50 compounds representing 95.97% of the oil. Major compounds were eugenol, terpinolene, terpinene, cadinene, caryophyllene, 3-carene, etc. The plant essential oil was also subjected… 
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