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 "​Essential oils extracted from the leaves are used in aromatherapy and perfumes."​ [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Abies_sibirica]] "​Essential oils extracted from the leaves are used in aromatherapy and perfumes."​ [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Abies_sibirica]]
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 +Siberian fir oil has been described as having a very pleasant smell. Main components of three oils from Austria, Italy, and Korea were α-pinene (24.1-24.5%),​ β-pinene (2.8-6.9%), limonene (12.6-41.5%),​ and camphene (22.7-54.8%). \\
 +"​Having the same amount of α-pinene, its enantiomers are different in Italian and Korea oils in comparison ​ with that from Austrian. In the Austrian oil, the (+)isomer is dominating, but the (-)isomer dominates in
 +Korea and Italian oils. Quite a different situation dominates in the case of camphene and limonene. Those  two compounds occur, independent of their origin, as chiefly (-)isomers."​ \\
 +[Ochocka, J. Renata, et al. "​Determination of enantiomers of terpenic hydrocarbons in essential oils obtained from species of pinus and abies."​ Pharmaceutical biology 40.5 (2002): 395-399] [[https://​www.tandfonline.com/​doi/​pdf/​10.1076/​phbi.40.5.395.8452]]
  
 "​Participants who breathed air containing the essential oil showed prolonged heartbeat intervals and increased theta activity as measured by electroencephalography in the recovery period after the VDT task, but not during the task. The volatile constituents emitted from the essential oil of A. sibirica through the odorant delivery system for 40 min were α-pinene (80.4 µg),​ santene (3.1 µg),​ tricyclene (2.4 µg),​ camphene (24.2 µg),​ β-pinene (2.6 µg),​ myrcene (1.0 µg),​ δ-3-carene (14.4 µg),​ limonene (3.8 µg),​ and [[https://​de.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Essigs%C3%A4urebornylester|bornyl acetate]] (1.0 µg)."​ \\ "​Participants who breathed air containing the essential oil showed prolonged heartbeat intervals and increased theta activity as measured by electroencephalography in the recovery period after the VDT task, but not during the task. The volatile constituents emitted from the essential oil of A. sibirica through the odorant delivery system for 40 min were α-pinene (80.4 µg),​ santene (3.1 µg),​ tricyclene (2.4 µg),​ camphene (24.2 µg),​ β-pinene (2.6 µg),​ myrcene (1.0 µg),​ δ-3-carene (14.4 µg),​ limonene (3.8 µg),​ and [[https://​de.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Essigs%C3%A4urebornylester|bornyl acetate]] (1.0 µg)."​ \\
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 [Biological Activity of Abies Sibirica Essential Oil and its Major Constituents for Several Enzymes In Vitro., Polyakov, N.A., Dubinskaya, V.A., Efremov, A.A., Efremov, E.A., Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal, 48(7), 2014, 456-460] [Biological Activity of Abies Sibirica Essential Oil and its Major Constituents for Several Enzymes In Vitro., Polyakov, N.A., Dubinskaya, V.A., Efremov, A.A., Efremov, E.A., Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal, 48(7), 2014, 456-460]
  
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 Ledebour,​C.F. von, Icones plantarum novarum, vol.5 t.500 (1834) \\ Ledebour,​C.F. von, Icones plantarum novarum, vol.5 t.500 (1834) \\
 [[http://​plantgenera.org/​species.php?​id_species=1118]] [[http://​plantgenera.org/​species.php?​id_species=1118]]
  
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