BT

Typical G.C. analysis

hyssopus officinalis oil CO2 extract
#%LeftshiftComponents
180.1allo- aromadendrene
235.8  bicyclogermacrene
320.4T- cadinol
30.1  camphene
174.2beta- caryophyllene
242.5iso caryophyllene
260.11-(1,4- dimethyl-3-cyclohexen-1-yl) ethanone
2216.0  germacrene D
131.2alpha- gurjunene
292.3  hedycaryol
270.5  ledol
70.1  limonene
150.3  linalool
210.5  methyl chavicol
280.4  methyl eugenol
200.4  methyl myrtenate
60.2  myrcene
253.2  myrtenol
90.7  myrtenyl methyl ether
80.7beta- phellandrene
2tracealpha- pinene
42.2beta- pinene
1212.0  pinocamphone
1416.5iso pinocamphone
191.0trans- pinocarveol
1620.3  pinocarvone
50.2  sabinene
300.1beta- selinenol
314.7  spathulenol
1tracealpha- thujene
100.1alpha- thujone
11tracebeta- thujone

K. Kerrola B. Galambosi and H. Kallio, Volatile Components and Odor Intensity of Four Phenotypes of Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis L.). J. Agric. Focal Chem., 42, 776-781(1994).

P&F 20, No. 5, 95, (1995)

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