BT

Typical G.C. analysis

pinus sylvestris leaf oil
Also in 1995, Stepen compared the composition of Pinus syIvestris oil produced in Siberia from needles harvested in July and September. He found that the oil varied as follows:
#%LeftshiftComponents
160.2-1.2beta- bisabolene
250.4-0.7  borneol
241.8-2.2iso borneol
261.1-3.2  bornyl acetate
45.3-7.0  camphene
212.1-2.9  camphor
73.4-11.6delta-3- carene
130.4-0.9beta- caryophyllene
200.1-0.2alpha- fenchol
181.6-1.9  fenchone
190.5iso fenchone
150.1-0.4alpha- humulene
86.1-8.7  limonene
120.3-0.9  longifolene
170.3-1.4alpha- muurolene
140.1-0.7epsilon- muurolene
64.6-5.9  myrcene
93.5-4.3beta- phellandrene
329.2-36.6alpha- pinene
52.2-4.2beta- pinene
11.8-3.4  santene
231.2-1.6  terpinen-4-ol
100.9-1.2gamma- terpinene
222.0-2.4alpha- terpineol
110.1-0.2  terpinolene
270.3-0.5alpha- terpinyl acetate
21.6-3.1  tricyclene

R. A. Stepen, The composition of essential oil and volatile terpenoids of Pinus sylvestris L. shoots in middle siberia. Rast. Resur., 31, 63-70 (1995).

P&F 26, No. 3, 66, (2001)

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