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Wax components of asparagus officinalis l. liliaceae


, : Wax components of asparagus officinalis l. liliaceae. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 34(6): 1024-1026

Chloroform-extracted epicuticular wax from cladophylls of Asparagus officinalis was investigated. Pentane, 2-chloropropane, and methanol fractions were eluted from a silica gel column. These fractions were separated by TLC and GC into individual alkane (31.5%), wax ester (20.1%), ketone (6.4%), aldehyde (13.5%), alcohol (16.4%), and fatty acid (8.5%) components. Catalytic hydrogenation, esterification, reduction, and acetylation were employed for component identification or derivatization for GC injection.

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DOI: 10.1021/jf00072a023


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