Chemical Composition of Essential Oil from Dionysia hissarica

Chemical Composition of Essential Oil from Dionysia hissarica DOI 10.1007/s10600-018-2419-7 Chemistry of Natural Compounds, Vol. 54, No. 3, May, 2018 CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ESSENTIAL OIL FROM Dionysia hissarica 1* 2 3 N. Z. Mamadalieva, O. T. Turginov, T. Rosenau, 4 1 M. Fakhrutdinova, Sh. S. Azimova, 2 3 K. Sh. Tozhibaev, and S. Bohmdorfer The genus Dionysia Fenzl (Primulaceae) numbers 49 species that are broadly distributed in Afghanistan, Central Asia, and Iran. Five species occur in Central Asia; only one, D. hissarica, in the flora of Uzbekistan [1]. D. hissarica Lipsky from the Khursang River valley of Sangardak basin (1,200–1,600 m above sea level) was first described in 1901. The plant is a very rare endemic and is currently listed in the Red Book of Uzbekistan as a threatened species [2]. D. hissarica is a very aromatic plant with a specific aroma. Its chemical composition has not been studied until now. Herein, essential oil from the aerial part of D. hissarica was analyzed using GC-MS. The aerial part of D. hissarica was collected in summer 2011 in the Machai Baisun-Tau River valley at 1,600 m above sea level (Hissar Mountains, Kashkadarya District, Uzbekistan). Taxonomic identification was made at the Botany Institute, AS, RU. A specimen of the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Chemistry of Natural Compounds Springer Journals

Chemical Composition of Essential Oil from Dionysia hissarica

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Pharmacy; Pharmacy; Organic Chemistry; Plant Sciences
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0009-3130
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10.1007/s10600-018-2419-7
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DOI 10.1007/s10600-018-2419-7 Chemistry of Natural Compounds, Vol. 54, No. 3, May, 2018 CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ESSENTIAL OIL FROM Dionysia hissarica 1* 2 3 N. Z. Mamadalieva, O. T. Turginov, T. Rosenau, 4 1 M. Fakhrutdinova, Sh. S. Azimova, 2 3 K. Sh. Tozhibaev, and S. Bohmdorfer The genus Dionysia Fenzl (Primulaceae) numbers 49 species that are broadly distributed in Afghanistan, Central Asia, and Iran. Five species occur in Central Asia; only one, D. hissarica, in the flora of Uzbekistan [1]. D. hissarica Lipsky from the Khursang River valley of Sangardak basin (1,200–1,600 m above sea level) was first described in 1901. The plant is a very rare endemic and is currently listed in the Red Book of Uzbekistan as a threatened species [2]. D. hissarica is a very aromatic plant with a specific aroma. Its chemical composition has not been studied until now. Herein, essential oil from the aerial part of D. hissarica was analyzed using GC-MS. The aerial part of D. hissarica was collected in summer 2011 in the Machai Baisun-Tau River valley at 1,600 m above sea level (Hissar Mountains, Kashkadarya District, Uzbekistan). Taxonomic identification was made at the Botany Institute, AS, RU. A specimen of the

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Chemistry of Natural CompoundsSpringer Journals

Published: Jun 6, 2018

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