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Essential oils from leaves and twigs of Lindera obtusiloba

Essential oils from leaves and twigs of Lindera obtusiloba

Journal of Korean Forestry Society 96(1): 65-69

Essential oils which were isolated from leaves and twigs of Lindera obtusiloba Blume by steam distillation method were analyzed by the NIST and Wiley 6 Library method, using GC-MS. 24 components from the experiment were identified, and sesquiterpenoids were major of the components. The main constituents in the leaves were germacrene B (17.78%), beta-caryophyllene (17.50%), phytol isomaer (13.36%) and (-)-beta-elemene (11.07%), and the main in the twigs were beta-elemol (24.47%), alpha-cadinol (13.73%), camphor (9.83%) and beta- citronellol (9.54%). Acyclic diterpene such as phytone, phytol and phytol isomer were isolated for the first time in the leaves of L. obtusiloba.

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