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Aromatic plants of tropical Central Africa, XXXV. Comparative study of volatile constituents of Piper guineense Schum. & Thonn. from Cameroon and Congo



Aromatic plants of tropical Central Africa, XXXV. Comparative study of volatile constituents of Piper guineense Schum. & Thonn. from Cameroon and Congo



Journal of Essential Oil Bearing Plants 1(1): 29-37



The essential oils, hydrodistilled from stems, seeds and leaves of P. guineense (growing in Cameroon and Congo), were analysed by GC and GC-MS. Results are tabulated. Quantitative and qualitative differences were observed, related to plant part and geographical origin.

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