Analysis of volatile components, fatty acids, and phytosterols of Abies koreana growing in Poland
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Wydział Biotechnologii i Nauk o Żywności (Politechnika Łódzka)
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en
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Natural Product Communications
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1934-578X
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1555-9475
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NATURAL PRODUCTS INC
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2013
Numer zeszytu
9
Strony od-do
1297-1300
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8
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Exts. and essential oils from seeds as well as essential oils from cone scales and needles with twigs of the Abies koreana population were studied. An anal. of Korean fir essential oils allowed us to det. 147 volatile compds. The identified compds. constituted 97-​99​% of the seed, cone and needle oils. The main volatile in the seed and needle oils was limonene (56.6​% and 23.4​%, resp.)​, while the predominant volatile in cone oils was α-​pinene (51.2​%)​. Korean fir seeds provided a rich source of both essential oil (3.8-​8.5​%) and ext., which was isolated with a 24.5​% yield and contained numerous groups of fatty acids and phytosterols (414 μg​/100g ext.)​. The most prominent fatty acids were unsatd., among which linoleic (41.2​%) and oleic (31.2​%) fatty acid were the main ones while the dominant sterols were isomers of ergostadienol and β-​sitosterol. A. koreana seeds, cones and needles are a source of many volatile bioactive compds. while the seed ext., with a pleasant scent, contained not only volatiles, but also fractions rich in fatty acids and phytosterols. These facts make A. koreana essential oils and esp. the seed ext. potential components of cosmetics.
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439266