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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Chemical Variation in the Volatiles of Copaifera reticulata Ducke (Leguminosae) Growing Wild in the States of Para and Amapa, Brazil
Author: Zoghbi, MDB
Andrade, EHA
Martins-da-Silva, RCV
Trigo, JR
Abstract: The oleoresins of 12 trees of Copaifera reticulata growing wild in the States of Para and Amapa were examined by GC-FID and GC/MS. The majority oleoresins from Para possessed high amounts of P-bisabolene (18.4-42.4%) and trans-alpha-bergamotene (11.8-29.6%). The oleoresins from Amapa were rich in beta-caryophyllene (27.8-68.0%), beta-selinene (0.2-20.6%) and beta-bisabolene (3.7-17.8%). The results showed a high variation in the composition of the components of the oleoresins of C. reticulata.
Subject: Copaifera reticulata
Leguminosae
beta-bisabolene
trans-alpha-bergamotene
beta-selinene
beta-caryophyllene
oleoresin composition
Country: EUA
Editor: Allured Publ Corp
Rights: fechado
Date Issue: 2009
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