Volume 10, Issue 44 (vol. 10, no. 44 2021)                   j.plant proc. func. 2021, 10(44): 161-176 | Back to browse issues page

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NazarPour M R, Yadegari M. Climatic Conditions and Different Phenological Stages Effects on Phytochemical Characters of Three Species of Artemisia sp. in Khuzestan Province. j.plant proc. func.. 2021; 10 (44) :161-176
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1- Islamic Azad University Branch of Shahrekord
2- Islamic Azad University Branch of Shahrekord , mehrab_yadegari@yahoo.com
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To study the effects of differential habitat Masjed-Solieyman and Izeh (Khuzestan province) and phenological stages (vegetative, flowering and seeding stages) on essential oil components of shoot plant of Artemisia sp. belong to the Asteraceae family, this research was carried out in spring of 2020. The most essential oil compounds in three species were Alpha-pinene, Camphene, Sabinene, Limonene, Artemisia-ketone, Borneol, Caryophyllene, Germacrene-D and Beta-eudesmol. The highest content (2.57 %) of essential oil was obtained from Masjed-Solieyman and in flowering stage and smallest content (1.61 %) of essential oil was obtained from Izeh and in seeding stage. The most of compounds such as Alpha-pinene, Sabinene and Borneol as volatile components (monoterpene hydrocarbons) and Caryophyllene (sesquiterpene hydrocarbons) as an important constitute in pharmaceutical industry obtained from end of vegetative stage. In addition, the amounts of volatile components and monoterpene hydrocarbons such as Alpha-pinene and Limonene on essential oils decreased from Masjed-Solieyman (tropical) to Izeh (temperate), however the percentage of sesquiterpene hydrocarbons such as Caryophyllene in the oils increased. The results showed significant effects of phenological stages and habitats on essential oil content and composition in three species.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Hourticulture
Received: 2020/10/24 | Accepted: 2021/04/19 | Published: 2021/11/5

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