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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp 23–28 | Cite as

The oils of some plants of the family Labiatae

  • S. D. Gusakova
  • A. U. Umarov
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Summary

The seed oils of five species of plants of the family Labiatae —Leonurus turcestanicus,Lagochilus occultiflorus,Salvia glabricaulis,Salvia virgata, andDracocephalum integrifolium Bgl. — have been studied. The oil of Lagochilus occultiflorus was found to contain laballenic, octadeca-5,8-dienoic, eicos-11-enoic, and, presumably, eicosa-9,11-dienoic acids; the oil ofSalvia glabricaulis contained laballenic and eicos-11-enoic acid; and the oil ofLeonurus turcestanicus eicos-11-enoic acid.

Keywords

Methyl Ester Paper Chromatography Ricinoleic Acid Glutaric Acid Dienoic Acid 

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  • S. D. Gusakova
  • A. U. Umarov

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