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Volatiles Composition from Aerial Parts of the Insect-Pollinated and the Promising Medicinal Plant Spiraea hypericifolia L. Growing Wild in Northern Kazakhstan

Natural Product Sciences 2021년 27권 1호 p.36 ~ 44
Kirillov Vitaliy, Stikhareva Tamara, Atazhanova Gayane, Ercisli Sezai, Makubayeva Aigerim, Krekova Yana, Rakhimzhanov Alimzhan, Adekenov Sergazy,
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 ( Kirillov Vitaliy ) - A.N. Bukeikhan Kazakh Research Institute of Forestry and Agroforestry Department of Breeding
 ( Stikhareva Tamara ) - A.N. Bukeikhan Kazakh Research Institute of Forestry and Agroforestry Department of Breeding
 ( Atazhanova Gayane ) - International Research-and-Production Holding Company Phytochemistry Laboratory of Chemistry of Terpenoids
 ( Ercisli Sezai ) - Ataturk University Agricultural Faculty Department of Horticulture
 ( Makubayeva Aigerim ) - International Research-and-Production Holding Company Phytochemistry Laboratory of Chemistry of Terpenoids
 ( Krekova Yana ) - A.N. Bukeikhan Kazakh Research Institute of Forestry and Agroforestry Department of Breeding
 ( Rakhimzhanov Alimzhan ) - A.N. Bukeikhan Kazakh Research Institute of Forestry and Agroforestry Department of Breeding
 ( Adekenov Sergazy ) - International Research-and-Production Holding Company Phytochemistry Laboratory of Chemistry of Terpenoids

Abstract


The essential oils from the aerial parts (leaves and flowers) of Spiraea hypericifolia L. (Rosaceae), collected in Northern Kazakhstan, were obtained by distillation in two dispersion media (distilled water and 15% NaCl solution). The chemical composition of the essential oils was evaluated by GC-MS for the first time. The yield of the essential oil was 0.04% (in fresh growth conditions) and 0.02% (in dry growth conditions) respectively regardless of which dispersion media (H2O or 15% NaCl solution) was used at the isolation of essential oil. The main compounds were aliphatic hydrocarbons (alkanes) (40.6-53.2%), aldehydes (8.4-17.4%), diterpenoids (9.1-16.7%) and ketones (6.2-8.7%). Content of monoterpenoids was depended on dispersion media (2.2-3.6% where H2O was dispersion media and 8.4-8.5% where 15% NaCl solution was dispersion media). n- Heneicosane (17.4-34.1%) and n-tricosane (14.3-19.5%) were the main constituents of the essential oil of S. hypericifolia. There were many insects from different classes in S. hypericifolia at flowering. Important components such as α-methylene-γ-butyrolactone (0.8-2.8%), benzyl cyanide (0.7-1.1%), β-damascenone (1.2- 2.9%), (E,E)-4,8,12-trimethyl-1,3,7,11-tridecatetraene (1.8-2.7%), β-ionone (0.5-1.8%) and others were detected in small amounts.

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Spiraea hypericifolia L; Essential oil composition; Dispersion media; Aliphatic hydrocarbons; Aldehydes

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