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Наталья Анатольевна Дурнова; Юлия Викторовна Романтеева; Анна Николаевна Ковтун (2014)
Publisher: Altay State University
Journal: Himiâ Rastitelʹnogo Syrʹâ
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: Chemistry, Q, QD1-999, Science, эфирное масло, тимьян Маршалла, тимьян Палласа., essential oil, Thymus marshallianus Willd., Thymus pallasianus H. Br.

The qualitative and quantitative composition of essential oil of Thymus marschallianus Willd. and Th. pallasianus H.Br., from Saratov region was studied. The maximum yield of Th. marschallianus essential oil was 1,38%, Th. pallasianus – 1,2%. In the Th. marschallianus essential oil 23 components were found, 22 of them were identified. In the Th. pallasianus essential oil 20 individual components were revealed, with 19 of them identified. The essential oil of Th. marschallianus was labeled as phenolic subtype (contents 54,61% of thymol); the essential oil of Th. pallasianus – as nonphenolic subtype (contents 48,5% of γ-terpinenil acetate, 32,8% of trans-α-terpineol).

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