Terpenoids of the oleoresins ofPinus pityusa andP. eldarica
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The chemical composition of the oleoresins of the pinesPinus pityusa andP. eldarica growing in the Caucasus has been studied. In relation to the amounts of the main components, the oleoresins of these species are similar. Characteristic for their resins is a high content of caryophyllene. Diterpenoids are represented mainly by tricyclic compounds, among which pimarinol and isopimarinol and methyl 15-hydroxydehydroabietate predominate.
KeywordsResin Acid Caryophyllene Sesquiterpene Hydrocarbon Neutral Substance Longifolene
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