Essential oil variations in different Perilla L. accessions: chemotaxonomic implications

@article{Zhang2009EssentialOV,
  title={Essential oil variations in different Perilla L. accessions: chemotaxonomic implications},
  author={Xu Zhang and Wei Wu and You-liang Zheng and Li Chen and Cai Qianrong},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2009},
  volume={281},
  pages={1-10}
}
In 2006, 26 accessions (mainly from Sichuan province, China) in one species and two varietal species among the genus Perilla L. were collected, and the essential oils (EOs) of their fresh leaves during the flowering period were analyzed by the GC-MS method in 2007. In total, 49 components could be identified. The results showed that eight chemotypes could be identified as follows: PK (perillaketone), DLP (d-limonene and piperitone), PT (piperitenone), MS (myristicin), AL (apiol), EM (elemicin… Expand

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