BT

Typical G.C. analysis

apium graveolens seed oil CO2 extract
#%LeftshiftComponents
225.49  butyl phthalide
100.03trans- carveol
110.02cis- carveol
120.02  carvone
140.03cis- carvyl acetate
170.21beta- caryophyllene
210.21  caryophyllene oxide
80.02  dihydrocarvone
270.07 diterpene hc
160.04beta- elemene
180.03alpha- humulene
314.88  limonene
60.01  limonene oxide
50.02  linalool
291.04  linoleic acid
90.01para- mentha-6,8-dien-2-ol
20.97  myrcene
70.33  naphthalene
40.02  ocimene
302.38 octadecenoic acid
280.65  palmitic acid
150.02  phenyl pentanone
10.19beta- pinene
130.02(E)- sabinyl acetate
2628.84  sedanolide (3-butyl-3a,4,5,6-tetrahydrophthalide)
201.82alpha- selinene
1917.59beta- selinene
2522.39  sendanenolide (butyl-4,5-dihydrophthalide)
310.07  stearic acid
230.08 unknown phthalate 1
240.03 unknown phthalate 2

P-J, Fan, Z-D. Guo, J-C. Zhang, J-Q. Zheng and L-M. Liu, A study of the composition of supercritical CO2 fluid extract of celery seed. Tianran Chanwa Yanjiu Yu Kaifa, 7(2), 89-93 (1995).

P&F 23, No. 4, 37, (1998)

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