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Morphological characters of Hyssopus officinalis L. and chemical composition of its essential oil

Abstract

Grażyna Zawiślak

Hyssop is grown on plantations in Poland. The aim of present study was to investigate the morphological character of Hyssopus officinalis and chemical composition of essential oil from hyssop. The plants were cut in the middle of August. Hyssop plants achieved mean height of 41.8 cm and the diameter of 37.1 cm. Main components of hyssop essential oil were: cis-pinocamphone, trans-pinocamphone, β-pinene, elemol and germacrene D.

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