Extraction and identification of essential oil components from the leaves of Syzygium malaccense (L.) MERR. & L.M. PERRY, MYRTACEAE

Fabiula Marta Feltrin, Luciana Gibbert, Nayana Cristina da Silva Santos, Francisco de Assis Marques, Marilis Dallarmi Miguel, Sandra Maria Warumby Zanin, Obdúlio Gomes Miguel, Cláudia Carneiro Hecke Krüger, Josiane de Fátima Gaspari Dias

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Popularly known as red jamb, the species Syzygium  malaccense (L.) Merr. & L.M. Perry is an Asian tree from India, Malaysia, Vietnam and Thailand that has adapted to the climate and soil of the North, Northeast and Southeast of Brazil. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of this species have already been cited in the literature. This study aimed to extract and identify the essential oil constituents of the leaves of this species. The leaves were dried and ground; and the essential oil was extracted by Clevenger apparatus. The essential oil presented yield of 0.03%, containing monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes and the major compounds were identified as spatulenol, sesquisabinene transhydrate and (E) -Caryophyllene.


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Spatulenol; Sesquisabinene transhydrate; (E) -Caryophyllene.

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