Growth-inhibiting effects and chemical composition of essential oils extracted from Platycladus orientalis leaves and stems toward human intestinal bacteria

@article{Kim2015GrowthinhibitingEA,
  title={Growth-inhibiting effects and chemical composition of essential oils extracted from Platycladus orientalis leaves and stems toward human intestinal bacteria},
  author={Min-Gi Kim and Hoi-Seon Lee},
  journal={Food Science and Biotechnology},
  year={2015},
  volume={24},
  pages={427-431}
}
The growth-inhibiting activities of the essential oils extracted from Platycladus orientalis leaves and stems were examined against intestinal bacteria. The leaf oil exhibited a strong response against Clostridium difficile and C. perfringens at 5.0 mg/disc, but the stem oil showed no inhibitory activity against intestinal bacteria. The oils from P. orientalis leaves and stems were analyzed by GC-Mass spectroscopy. The main constituents of the essential oil in P. orientalis leaves: α-pinene (18… CONTINUE READING

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