Chemical Characterization of Essential Oil of Local Endemic Lamium Bilgilii Celep (Lamiaceae)

Authors

  • Gurkan Semiz Department of Biology Faculty of Arts & Sciences - Pamukkale University
  • Ferhat Celep Department of Biology Faculty of Arts & Sciences - Kırıkkale University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7546/CRABS.2022.01.05

Keywords:

Lamium bilgilii, Lamiaceae, essential oil, bicyclogermacrene, GC-MS

Abstract

In this study, the chemical constitution of the essential oil of Lamium bilgilii Celep, a local endemic species of Turkey, was studied by GC-MS for the first time. The essential oil was obtained by hydrodistillation method and forty-three compounds were successfully identified representing 98.2% of the oil. Bicyclogermacrene (14.22%) and linalyl acetate (8.33%) and linalool (7.86%) were the most abundant components of the essential oil. L. bilgilii essential oil was rich in sesquiterpenes (35.8%) and oxygenated monoterpenes (26.6%). The results showed that bicyclogermacrene was found, for the first time, as a most abundant component in the Lamium oils.

Author Biographies

Gurkan Semiz, Department of Biology Faculty of Arts & Sciences - Pamukkale University

Department of Biology Faculty of Arts & Sciences Pamukkale University
20070 Denizli, Turkey
e-mail: gsemiz@pau.edu.tr

Ferhat Celep, Department of Biology Faculty of Arts & Sciences - Kırıkkale University

Department of Biology Faculty of Arts & Sciences Kırıkkale University
71450 Kırıkkale, Turkey
ferhat.celep@hotmail.com

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Published

02-02-2022

How to Cite

[1]
G. Semiz and F. Celep, “Chemical Characterization of Essential Oil of Local Endemic Lamium Bilgilii Celep (Lamiaceae) ”, C. R. Acad. Bulg. Sci. , vol. 75, no. 1, pp. 34–42, Feb. 2022.

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Chemistry