Typical G.C. analysis

tanacetum parthenium flower oil
260.2iso amyl isovalerate
300.5  benzyl 2-methyl butyrate
15trace  benzyl alcohol
170.4 borneol + sabinol + terpinen-4-ol
290.7  bornyl acetate
9trace  butyl benzene
40.7  camphene
2418.9  camphor
7tracedelta-3- carene
11tracebeta- caryophyllene
210.4  caryophyllene oxide
2815.5(E)- chrysanthenyl acetate
80.5para- cymene
310.6 dehydrosassaurea lactone
270.1  ethyl octanoate
200.1  eugenol
12tracealpha- farnesene
22trace  hexanal
23trace(E)-2- hexenal
14trace(Z)-3- hexen-1-ol
6trace  myrcene
3228.4  parthenolide
30.2alpha- pinene
50.2beta-pinene + sabinene
250.2  pinocarvone
16trace  sabinene hydrate
192.6beta- sitosterol
336.5 spiroketal enol ethers
18trace  stigmasterol
100.1gamma- terpinene
20.2alpha- thujene

D. V. Banthorpe, G. C. Brown, J. F. Janes and I. M. Marr, Parthenolide and other volatiles in the flower heads of Tanacetum parthenium (L.) Schultz-Bip. Flav. Fragr. J., 5, 183-185 (1990).

P&F 24, No. 5, 45, (1999)

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