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VOLTILE COMPONENTS OF THE LEAVES OF MICHELIA FLORIBUNDA

@article{Hau2001VOLTILECO,
  title={VOLTILE COMPONENTS OF THE LEAVES OF MICHELIA FLORIBUNDA},
  author={Daigle Hau},
  journal={Natural Product Research and Development},
  year={2001}
}
  • Daigle Hau
  • Published 2001
  • Chemistry
  • Natural Product Research and Development
The volatile components from the leaves of Michelia floribunda Finet et Gagnep.were analyzed by capillary GC MS method.The relative contents in the essential oils were determined by area nomalization.42 compounds including 16 monoterpenes and 21 sesquiterpenes were identified,showing 21 21% and 49 08% of the total contents,respectively.The main chemical constituents were γ muurolene(12 04%),methyl hexadecatrienoate(7 45%),( ) globulol(7 38%),1,8 cineole(5 76%),α guaiene(5 64%),sabinene(4 62… 
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