Growth study and essential oil analysis of Piper aduncum from two sites of Cerrado biome of Minas Gerais State , Brazil

@inproceedings{Oliveiraa2013GrowthSA,
  title={Growth study and essential oil analysis of Piper aduncum from two sites of Cerrado biome of Minas Gerais State , Brazil},
  author={Gisele L. Oliveiraa and Davyson de L. Moreirab and Aretusa Daniela R. Mendesc and Elsie F. Guimar{\~a}esd and Lourdes S. Figueiredoc and Maria Auxiliadora C. Kaplane and Ernane R. Martinsc},
  year={2013}
}
  • Gisele L. Oliveiraa, Davyson de L. Moreirab, +4 authors Ernane R. Martinsc
  • Published 2013
Piper aduncum L., Piperaceae, stands out due to its biological activities, however, it is still found in the wild and little is known about its agronomic point of view. The aim of this study was to evaluate the growth and to analyze the chemical composition of essential oils from leaves of P. aduncum collected in two different sites of Cerrado as well as in cultivated plants. The cultivation was installed out in a greenhouse using cuttings of adult specimens. Essential oils were obtained from… CONTINUE READING

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