El Idrissi, M. and Elhourri, M. and Amechrouq, A. (2013) Identification by chromatographic and spectroscopic techniques of chemical compounds of essential oils extracted from Daucus Carota L. ssp. Identification par des techniques chromatographique et spectroscopique des composes chimiques des huiles essentielles isolees à partir de Daucus Carota L. ssp. Carota. Physical and Chemical News, 69. pp. 83-88.

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Daucus carota L. ssp. Carota is a plant from the family of Apiaceae which is found in North Africa, in Europe, central and occidental Asia. It has a great importance in the field of traditional medicine. For this reason we have studied the chemical composition of essential oils of flowers and grains of Daucus carota L. ssp. Carota. We have noticed that the essential oils of flowers contain in majority: β-Asarone (46.47), 10S, 11S-Himachala-3(12), 4-diene (29.90) and the β-Cubebene (4.50). β-Asarone (63.38) is the main compound identified in the essential oils of the grains, followed of α-Himachalene (18.49) and the β-Bourbonene (8.14). So the β-Asarone is found under solid form identified by spectroscopic techniques: IR, RMN 1H and RMN 13C whereas the oil portion has been analyzed by chromatographic gas coupled with mass spectrometry (GC/MS).

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Subjects: Chemistry
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