Chemotaxonomy of Serbian Teucrium Species Inferred from Essential Oil Chemical Composition: the Case of Teucrium scordium L. ssp. scordioides

@article{Radulovi2012ChemotaxonomyOS,
  title={Chemotaxonomy of Serbian Teucrium Species Inferred from Essential Oil Chemical Composition: the Case of Teucrium scordium L. ssp. scordioides},
  author={Niko S. Radulovi{\'c} and Milan Dekic and Milan D. Joksovi{\'c} and Rastko D. Vuki{\'c}evi{\'c}},
  journal={Chemistry \& Biodiversity},
  year={2012},
  volume={9}
}
The volatile constituents of Teucrium scordium L. ssp. scordioides, T. polium, and T. montanum, obtained by hydrodistillation, were investigated by GC‐FID and GC/MS analyses. A total of 296 constituents were identified, representing 89.8–98.4% of the oil compositions. The oils of T. polium and T. montanum consisted mainly of sesquiterpenes (64.3 and 72.7%, resp.), with germacrene D (4; 31.0%) and δ‐cadinene (10; 8.1%) as the main constituents, respectively. In contrast, the monoterpene… 
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