Essential oils extracted by hydrodistillation from the aerial parts of naturally growing and field grown plants of Salvia cryptantha Montbert & Aucher ex Benthan were analyzed by GC-MS. Furthermore, the chemical components of naturally growing and cultured plants in 2 consecutive years (2007-2008) were compared. The essential oils of plant materials investigated ranged from 1.20% up to 1.52%. Nine for naturally growing and 22 components for both 2007-08 field grown crops were characterized, representing 94.75%, 95.82%, and 93.35%, respectively. Valencene (31.80%), eucalyptol (23.61%), and \beta-pinene (15.63%) were recognized as major components.
Salvia cryptantha, essential oils, valencene, eucalyptol, \beta-pinene, camphor
İPEK, ARİF; GÜRBÜZ, BİLAL; BİNGÖL, MESRUR ÜMİD; GEVEN, FATMAGÜL; AKGÜL, GENÇAY; REZAEIEH, KIARASH AFSHAR POUR; and COŞGE, BELGİN
"Comparison of essential oil components of wild and field grown Salvia cryptantha Montbert & Aucher ex Benthan, in Turkey,"
Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry: Vol. 36:
6, Article 4.
Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/agriculture/vol36/iss6/4