Fatty-acid compositions of Silene vulgaris and S. cserei subsp. aeoniopsis seeds and their antimicrobial activities

@article{Kucukboyaci2010FattyacidCO,
  title={Fatty-acid compositions of Silene vulgaris and S. cserei subsp. aeoniopsis seeds and their antimicrobial activities},
  author={N. Kucukboyaci and B. Ozçelik and N. Adiguzel and A. Goren},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2010},
  volume={46},
  pages={88-91}
}
subsp. aeoniopsis growing in Turkey by means of GC-MS. The oil yields were obtained 2.9% in S. vulgaris and 2.8% in S. cserei subsp. aeoniopsis. The composition of the fatty acids of the seed oils and their relative percentages are given in Table 1. Seventeen components representing 90.8% of S. vulgaris seed oil and 97.8% of S. cserei subsp. aeoniopsis seed oil were identified. The unsaturated fatty acid contents in these seed oils were found to be higher in S. cserei subsp. aeoniopsis (87… Expand

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