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The essential oil composition of Teucrium apollinis (Lamiaceae) from Libya

The essential oil from fresh aerial parts of Teucrium apollinis (Lamiaceae) , endemic in Libya, was isolated by hydro distillation and analyzed using GC and GC-MS. Twenty five component were identified. The major constituents of the essential oil were β-caryophyllene (22.4%), limonene (11.79%), germacrene-D (11.77%), α- humulene (7.81%), α-pinene (5.38%).

Author(s): Fakhri A. Elabbara, Azza M. Habel, Nawil M. A. Bozkeh, Ashraf T. M. El-Tuonsi and Tahani M. Awin

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