Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 20, Issue 4, pp 420–423 | Cite as

Terpenoids ofPinus funebris

  • V. A. Khan
  • V. I. Bol'shakova
  • M. I. Grigorovich
  • É. N. Shmidt
  • Zh. V. Dubovenko
  • V. A. Pentegova
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Abstract

The complete chemical composition of the oleoresin of the Chinese pine growing in the Far East has been studied. It has been shown that the main components of the monoterpenes are α-pinene, β-phellandrene, and α-terpineol. The sesquiterpenes contain longifolene and compounds related to it. The oleoresin of the Chinese pine is distinguished by a high content of diterpene cembrane compounds. Among the resin acids, dehydroabietic acid predominates (42.4%).

Keywords

Resin Acid Methyleugenol Dehydroabietic Acid Bornyl Acetate Longifolene 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. A. Khan
  • V. I. Bol'shakova
  • M. I. Grigorovich
  • É. N. Shmidt
  • Zh. V. Dubovenko
  • V. A. Pentegova

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