In this research essential oil and leaf fatty acid compositions of Tanacetum densum
subsp. eginense, Inula germanica
, Grammosciadium macrodon
and Seseli peucedanoides
were analyzed by GC/GC-MS. Borneol (20.7%), 1-8 cineole (13.4%) and Camphor (12.4%) were detected the main compounds of Tanacetum densum
; ï€ ï¢-caryophyllene (20.4%), Germacrene D (11.4%) and Borneol (11.3%) were detected the major constituents of Inula germanica
; Caryophyllene oxide (12.5%), Camphor (11.8%) andï€ ï¤-3-carene (10.4%) were determined the main compounds of Grammosciadium macrodon
; Limonene (21.2%), ï¡-Pinene (12.6%) and ï¢-Phellandere (11.1%) were found to be the main compounds of Seseli peucedanoides.
The major fatty acid composition of studied samples were found to be Palmitic (21.84-47.48%), Steraic (11.96-31.09%), Petroselinic (2.91-15.74%), Linoleic (6.46-33.77%) and Linolenic acid (5.24-35.25%); while other fatty acids were found in small proportions.
Azize Demirpolat, Ömer KÄ±lÄ±ç, Åžinasi YÄ±ldÄ±rÄ±mlÄ±, Eyüp BaÄŸcÄ±. Essential oil and fatty acid composition leaves of some aromatic plant taxa from turkey. Int. J. Pharmacogn. Pharm. Res. 2019;1(1):18-22.