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Essential oil of wild Ocotea quixos (Lam.) Kosterm. (Lauraceae) leaves from Amazonian Ecuador



Essential oil of wild Ocotea quixos (Lam.) Kosterm. (Lauraceae) leaves from Amazonian Ecuador



Flavour and Fragrance Journal 21(4): 674-676



The essential oil extracted by steam distillation from the leaves of wild Ocotea quixos (Lauraceae) was analysed by GC and GC-MS. Sixty-one compounds were identified, representing 93.6% of the total detected. The main components were beta -caryophyllene (15.1%), cinnamyl acetate (11.4%), sabinene (7.6%), geranial (5.6%) and trans-cinnamaldehyde (5.1%).

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DOI: 10.1002/ffj.1648


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