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Variability in the composition of terpenoids in sexual progeny of Mentha caucasica (in the second generation)



Variability in the composition of terpenoids in sexual progeny of Mentha caucasica (in the second generation)



Tez dokl 3 go Simpoz Aktual' n vopr izuch i ispol' z efiromasl rast i efir masel, 1980: 70-71



Menthol, pulegone, menthone and piperitone, i.e. substances mainly occurring in verticillate mints, were the predominant components of the oil of a plant with spicate inflorescence and its F2 progeny. Among 131 seedlings, segregation for morphological characters was within the limits of the species. Most of the seedlings inherited the terpenoid composition of the maternal form but some plants synthesized terpenoids of the carvone group; a third group of seedlings synthesized linalool.

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