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Chemical variation in the essential oil composition of Hyptis suaveolens Poit

, : Chemical variation in the essential oil composition of Hyptis suaveolens Poit. Natural Product Communications: 7, 1137-1140

<i>Hyptis suaveolens</i> (Lamiaceae) is an annual species which is used for aromatic and medicinal purposes. The species is polymorphic in its essential oil composition, with three distinct chemotypes in El Salvador of which the fenchone-fenchole type will be the focus of this communication. The fenchone-fenchol chemotype showed strong relative changes, especially within the monoterpenes.


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