Investigation of the essential oil from the fruit of Eryngium octophyllum

Abstract

Fig. 1. Chromatograms of the low-boiling (a) and high-boiling {b) fractions of the essential oil of Eryngium octophyllum: 1) ~-pinene; 2) camphene; 3) fl-pinene; 4) sabinene; 5) myrcene; 6) limonene; 7) ~/-terpinene; 8) p-cymene; 9) menthone; 10) menthol; 11) pulegone; 13) dl-piperitone; 14) piperitenone; 15) anethole; 17) anisaldehyde; 18) safranal; 20) fi-betulenol; 12, 16, and 19) unidentified.

DOI: 10.1007/BF00564407

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@article{Ikramov2004InvestigationOT, title={Investigation of the essential oil from the fruit of Eryngium octophyllum}, author={M. T. Ikramov and M. I. Goryaev and F. S. Sharipova and R. L. Khazanovich and Kh. Kh. Khalmatov}, journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds}, year={2004}, volume={9}, pages={647-648} }