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Table 1 Volatiles compounds extracted from flower spikes, flower with nectar and leaves of A. rugosa using HS-SPME/GC-MS

From: Analysis of the volatile organic compounds from leaves, flower spikes, and nectar of Australian grown Agastache rugosa

NO. Compound (Adams KI) LRI PtR Flower spikes Flowers + Nectar Leaves
1 artemisia triene 930 9.28 0.03   0.3
2 bicyclogermacrene 1500 23.17 0.31 0.12 0.38
3 bisabolene, b- 1509 23.24 0.01 0.04  
4 bisabolol, a- 1683 26.57 0.02 0.06  
5 caryophyllene < ( E )-> 1419 21.38 1.45 0.84 1.09
6 germacrene D 1480 22.65 0.28 0.13 0.16
7 gurjunene, <gamma> 1477 22.58   0.05  
8 humulene, <alpha-> 1455 22.13 0.05 0.03 0.03
9 Limonen 1031 12.1 1.35 1.74 0.84
10 methyl chavicol (= estragole) 1195 16.33 96.74 97.16 94.35
11 methyl eugenol 1401 21.01 0.22 0.11 0.16
12 muurolene < gamma-> 1480 22.65 0.03   0.03
13 octanone, <3-> 986 10.87    0.12
14 octen 3 ol <1-> 979 10.67 0.02   0.8
15 octen-3-yl acetate,< 1-> 1110 14.2    0.11
16 hexanol < n-> 871 7.77    0.19
17 hexenal < 2E-> 855 7.41    1.52
  1. Results are the average of three replicates.
  2. LRI – Linear retention index.
  3. PtR - Predicted retention time.
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