Essential oil composition of Ferula orientalis L. from different locations of Turkey and a chemotaxonomic approach
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In this study, essential oil composition of Ferula orientalis L. from three different locations of Turkey have been studied to determine chemotaxonomy based on essential oil characters. For this purpose, aerial parts of plant samples were investigated by HS-SPME/GC-MS. As a result, 33, 29, 30 compounds were identified in F. orientalis from Bingol, Elazig, Malatya locations accounting from 92.2%, 96.9%, 96.3% of the whole oil, respectively. In all locations α-pinene, camphene, β-pinene, sabinene, naphthalene and β-phellandrene were detected among the main compound and in all localities α-pinene and β-phellandrene were found to be most percentage of Bingöl (28.4%-5.6%), Elazığ (35.5%-6.4%), Malatya (27.7%-7.4%) locations. α-pinene and β-phellandrene were detected the chemotypes of F. orientalis.
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