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Essential oil production and formation of its constituents during ontogeny in Achillea millefolium L. ssp. collina Becker


, : Essential oil production and formation of its constituents during ontogeny in Achillea millefolium L. ssp. collina Becker. Acta Horticulturae (73): 219-228

Yarrow plants from 3 Hungarian sources, grown in the field and in a phytotron, were sampled for essential oil at different stages of growth. All samples contained the same constituents, but in different amounts depending on the source. The oil content was positively correlated with sunshine and temperature, but negatively correlated with humidity and rainfall.


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