Chemical Constituents of Essential oil of Syringa vulgaris flowers

Esma Nur Gecer

Abstract


Medicinal plants gain a great interest in the drug development process due to their bioactive compounds content. Syringa vulgaris has been used as traditional medicine and it has considerable biological effects. In this study, essential oil (EO) was generated from Syringa vulgaris flowers by hydrodistillation and the chemical constituents were identified by GC/MS/MS analysis. The GC/MS/MS analysis revealed the presence of 57 compounds, and linalool (26.34%), α-terpineol (10.84%), trans geraniol (9.83%), α-bisabolol (4.50%), cis-nerol acetate (5.28%), lavandulyl acetate (4.32%) were found as major products.

Keywords


Natural products; essential oil; hydrodistillation; chemical constituents; GC/MS/MS analysis

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24925/turjaf.v10i6.1108-1111.5165

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ISSN: 2148-127X

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