2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-695x2008000200009
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Physicochemical characteristics of the essential oils of Baccharis dracunculifolia and Baccharis uncinella D.C. (Asteraceae)

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“…13 In samples of B. dracunculifolia volatiles from Rio de Janeiro was not detected spathulenol and nerolidol, although these sesquiterpenes are typical in most R. officinalis plants, suggesting that these samples from Southeast coast of Brazil showed lower quality and are not accepted by pharmacopeias. 1 A typical climate of Rio de Janeiro in September (19-24 o C, 64 mm rainfall), characterized by cool and dry winters, may contribute to these volatile profiles. In addition, a relationship between B. dracunculifolia volatiles variability and seasonal features was observed in samples of southern Brazil.…”
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“…13 In samples of B. dracunculifolia volatiles from Rio de Janeiro was not detected spathulenol and nerolidol, although these sesquiterpenes are typical in most R. officinalis plants, suggesting that these samples from Southeast coast of Brazil showed lower quality and are not accepted by pharmacopeias. 1 A typical climate of Rio de Janeiro in September (19-24 o C, 64 mm rainfall), characterized by cool and dry winters, may contribute to these volatile profiles. In addition, a relationship between B. dracunculifolia volatiles variability and seasonal features was observed in samples of southern Brazil.…”
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“…1 In Brazilian traditional medicine is used for the treatment of physical tiredness, fever, hepatic alterations, gastric disorders and infections in digestive system. 2 Baccharis dracunculifolia (Asteraceae) called alecrim in some parts of Brazil, or named vassoura, carqueja, green propolis, it is known as the most important source of Brazilian propolis that is extensively used to improve health and prevent diseases, and in beverages in various countries.…”
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“…(Simões-Pires et al, 2005), B. dracunculifolia DC. (Frizzo et al, 2008;Fabiane, Ferronatto, dos Santos, & Onofre, 2008), B. erioclada DC. (Ferracini et al, 1995), B. platipoda DC.…”
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“…DC. (Silva et al, 2007;Oliveira et al, 2012), B. uncinella (Fabiane et al, 2008), and B. vincaefolia Baker (Ferracini et al, 1995). Spathulenol appear to be a widespread compound in the essential oils from plants of the genus Baccharis.…”
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