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Chemical Composition of Volatile Organic Compounds of an Extremely Rare and Endemic Algerian Apiaceae Species, Bunium crassifolium Batt.

Chemical Composition of Volatile Organic Compounds of an Extremely Rare and Endemic Algerian... AbstractBunium crassifolium Batt. (B. crassifolium) (Apiaceae) is an extremely rare endemic species from the North East of Algeria. In this study, we extracted the volatile organic compounds (VOC) of B. crassifolium Batt. aerial parts using an Agilent G1888 network headspace sampler coupled with an Agilent 7890 GC system. The results revealed the presence of twenty-two (22) compounds, twenty (20) of which were identified as representing 97.48% of the total composition, the major components are: 44.67% of β-Cubebene, 8.82% of β-Caryophyllene, 7.04% of γ-Elemene, 4.70% of δ-Cadinene, 4.11% of γ-Cadinene, 3.77% of Ascaridole and 3.33% of β-Elemene, along with other constituents at a relatively low amount. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Acta Biologica Marisiensis de Gruyter

Chemical Composition of Volatile Organic Compounds of an Extremely Rare and Endemic Algerian Apiaceae Species, Bunium crassifolium Batt.

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Publisher
de Gruyter
Copyright
© 2023 Lakhdar Djarri et al., published by Sciendo
eISSN
2668-5124
DOI
10.2478/abmj-2023-0001
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Abstract

AbstractBunium crassifolium Batt. (B. crassifolium) (Apiaceae) is an extremely rare endemic species from the North East of Algeria. In this study, we extracted the volatile organic compounds (VOC) of B. crassifolium Batt. aerial parts using an Agilent G1888 network headspace sampler coupled with an Agilent 7890 GC system. The results revealed the presence of twenty-two (22) compounds, twenty (20) of which were identified as representing 97.48% of the total composition, the major components are: 44.67% of β-Cubebene, 8.82% of β-Caryophyllene, 7.04% of γ-Elemene, 4.70% of δ-Cadinene, 4.11% of γ-Cadinene, 3.77% of Ascaridole and 3.33% of β-Elemene, along with other constituents at a relatively low amount.

Journal

Acta Biologica Marisiensisde Gruyter

Published: Jun 1, 2023

Keywords: Bunium crassifolium; Apiaceae; volatile organic compounds (VOC); GC-MS and GC-FID

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