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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Seasonal Variation of the (E)-Nerolidol and Other Volatile Compounds Within Ten Different Cultivated Populations of Baccharis dracunculifolia DC (Asteraceae)
Author: SOUSA, Joao Paulo B. de
JORGE, Renata F.
LEITE, Mateus F.
FURTADO, Niege A. J. C.
BASTOS, Jairo K.
SILVA FILHO, Ademar A. da
QUEIROGA, Carmem L.
MAGALHAES, Pedro M. de
SOARES, Ademilson E. E.
Abstract: Initially, the seeds of Baccharis dracunculifolia were collected from populations of 10 different regions, and the cultivation experiment was carried out in an experimental area of 1,800 m(2) by cultivating 100 individuals of each population. The essential oil analyses were performed on both GC-FID and GUMS, which allowed the identification of 14 compounds. The oil yield varied from 0.31% to 0.70% among populations and season. The major oxygenated sesquiterpenes in the cultivated experiment were (E)-nerolidol (32%) and spathulenol (17%). The mean concentration in the plant of (E)-nerolidol was five times higher in March (136.53 mg/100 g of plant) than it was in July (25.03 mg/100 g of plant). The mean concentration of spathulenol increased about three fold from July (16.25 mg/100 g of plant) to April (47.50 mg/100 g of plant).
Subject: Baccharis dracunculifolia
Asteraceae
(E)-nerolidol
essential oil composition
seasonal effects
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: ALLURED PUBL CORP
Citation: JOURNAL OF ESSENTIAL OIL RESEARCH, v.21, n.4, p.308-314, 2009
Rights: fechado
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Date Issue: 2009
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