2015
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-8913201502462
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Seasonal influence on the essential oil production of Nectandra megapotamica (Spreng.) Mez

Abstract: This study evaluated the seasonal influence on the yield and chemical composition of the essential oil (EO) of Nectandra megapotamica. Fresh young (YL) and old leaves (OL) obtained from three trees in each season (Nov/2010 to Sep/2011

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“…Among the major components of the essential oil from A. triphylla, limonene tends to be very sensitive to variation in growing conditions, including changes in temperature and irrigation (Table 4). Similar results were reported by Amaral et al (2015), who described the composition of Nectandra megapotamica essential oil and reported an influence of season on the limonene content. The chemical composition of the essential oil from A. triphylla varied depending on daily, seasonal, and annual changes, subsequently affecting the concentration of the alkaloids (Chagas et al, 2011).…”
Section: Chemical Characteristics Of the Essential Oilsupporting
confidence: 90%
“…Among the major components of the essential oil from A. triphylla, limonene tends to be very sensitive to variation in growing conditions, including changes in temperature and irrigation (Table 4). Similar results were reported by Amaral et al (2015), who described the composition of Nectandra megapotamica essential oil and reported an influence of season on the limonene content. The chemical composition of the essential oil from A. triphylla varied depending on daily, seasonal, and annual changes, subsequently affecting the concentration of the alkaloids (Chagas et al, 2011).…”
Section: Chemical Characteristics Of the Essential Oilsupporting
confidence: 90%
“…According to the chemical analyses of the 41 EOs, spathulenol, α ‐cadinol and τ ‐muurolol were identified as the main compounds comprising the oils. Previous work has highlighted the importance of the spathulenol as an antibacterial agent . Seven terpenes, named τ ‐muurolene, α ‐muurolene, elemol, spathulenol, τ ‐muurolol, Ses4 and Ses5, were commonly identified within the 41 EOs.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Previous work has highlighted the importance of the spathulenol as an antibacterial agent. [6,7] Seven terpenes, named τ-muurolene, α-muurolene, elemol, spathulenol, τ-muurolol, Ses4 and Ses5, were commonly identified within the 41 EOs. A one-way ANOVA was performed so as to evaluate the differences in percentages of terpenes present among sets of oils ( Figure 1A).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A variável analisada foi o rendimento de OE (m/m%) transformado para arcosseno anteriormente à análise estatística. (PIMENTEL et al, 2012;AMARAL et al, 2015).…”
Section: Análise Estatísticaunclassified
“…Conforme Gobbo-Neto e Lopes (2007), a tendência no aumento do rendimento dos OE é mais suscetível ao ciclo vegetativo que as variações climáticas observadas. Vale ressaltar que a espécie N. megapotamica, que também ocorre no bioma Mata Atlântica, teve a influência sazonal sobre a produção de OE recentemente avaliada e, da mesma forma que N. grandiflora, apresentou maior teor de OE na primavera (AMARAL et al, 2015).…”
Section: Al 2015)unclassified