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 "The roots of Angelica archangelica L. were collected in three habitats (12 samples) in 1995-2002. The oils were analyzed by GC and GC/MS. The dominant component was α-pinene (15.7-20.8%) for two localities. Other three main constituents were δ-3-carene (15.4-16.9%),​ limonene (8.0-9.2%), sabinene (5.0-7.5%) for the first locality, and δ-phellandrene (13.5-15.4%),​ δ-3-carene (13.2-14.2%) and α-phellandrene (8.0-9.1%) for the second locality. The dominant oil components in the third locality were β-phellandrene (13.8-18.5%) together with α-pinene (11.4-15.0%),​ δ-3-carene (10.8-11.9%),​ α-cymene (6.8-10.6%) and α-phellandrene (5.9-8.6%). The oils contained 67.3-79.9% monoterpenoids (monoterpene hydrocarbons made up 60.2-72.6%),​ 9.6-19.4% sesquiterpenoids,​ 3.9-6.3% macrocyclic lactones and 1.2-5.3% coumarin osthol. Identified compounds (81 from 96) made up 91.4-99.2% of the oils." \\ "The roots of Angelica archangelica L. were collected in three habitats (12 samples) in 1995-2002. The oils were analyzed by GC and GC/MS. The dominant component was α-pinene (15.7-20.8%) for two localities. Other three main constituents were δ-3-carene (15.4-16.9%),​ limonene (8.0-9.2%), sabinene (5.0-7.5%) for the first locality, and δ-phellandrene (13.5-15.4%),​ δ-3-carene (13.2-14.2%) and α-phellandrene (8.0-9.1%) for the second locality. The dominant oil components in the third locality were β-phellandrene (13.8-18.5%) together with α-pinene (11.4-15.0%),​ δ-3-carene (10.8-11.9%),​ α-cymene (6.8-10.6%) and α-phellandrene (5.9-8.6%). The oils contained 67.3-79.9% monoterpenoids (monoterpene hydrocarbons made up 60.2-72.6%),​ 9.6-19.4% sesquiterpenoids,​ 3.9-6.3% macrocyclic lactones and 1.2-5.3% coumarin osthol. Identified compounds (81 from 96) made up 91.4-99.2% of the oils." \\
 [The chemical composition of the essential oil of Angelica archangelica L. roots growing wild in Lithuania. Nivinskienė,​ O., Butkienė, R., Mockutė, D., Journal of essential oil research, Vol.17(4), 2005, 373-377] [The chemical composition of the essential oil of Angelica archangelica L. roots growing wild in Lithuania. Nivinskienė,​ O., Butkienė, R., Mockutė, D., Journal of essential oil research, Vol.17(4), 2005, 373-377]
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 +Whereas 12-methyl-13-tridecanolide smells musky, the parent 14-membered macrolide tridecano-13-lactone (tridecanolide) does not. Moreover, also the enantiomers (which occure together in Angelica root oil with and R/S ratio of 72:28) "​...differ significantly in their odor character: while the (+)-(12R)-isomer posesses a strong clean musk odor with sandalwood-like and fruity aspects, the enantiomer (-)-(12S) emanates an animalic musk odor with camphoraceous aspects."​ \\
 +[Kraft, Philip. Perspectives in flavor and fragrance research. John Wiley & Sons, 2005, 132-133]
  
 "The largest part of the essential oil from A. archangelica L. roots was composed of monoterpene hydrocarbons. α-pinene was found as a dominant constituent in more than half of the investigated plant oils obtained from Finland, Norway, France, and Brazil. Other dominant components such as β-phellandrene,​ δ-3-carene,​ and "The largest part of the essential oil from A. archangelica L. roots was composed of monoterpene hydrocarbons. α-pinene was found as a dominant constituent in more than half of the investigated plant oils obtained from Finland, Norway, France, and Brazil. Other dominant components such as β-phellandrene,​ δ-3-carene,​ and
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