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Variation of myristicin content in cultivated parsnip roots (Pastinaca sativa ssp. sativa var. hortensis)



Variation of myristicin content in cultivated parsnip roots (Pastinaca sativa ssp. sativa var. hortensis)



Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 29(4): 890-892



Myristicin, a substituted allylbenzene, should be regarded as a hazardous substance. Percentages of myristicin and of terpinolene in the essential oils of the roots of 24 parsnip cvs are reported. They ranged from 18.3 to 66.2 and 25.3 to 66.6, respectively. The composition of the essential oil of wild parsnip roots was generally similar to that of the cvs.

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