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 [Basar, Simla. "​Phytochemical investigations on Boswellia species."​ Comparative studies on the essential oils, pyrolysates and boswellic acids of Boswellia carterii, 2005, 59] [Basar, Simla. "​Phytochemical investigations on Boswellia species."​ Comparative studies on the essential oils, pyrolysates and boswellic acids of Boswellia carterii, 2005, 59]
  
-Main volatile components of B.frereana resin detected by headspace SPME-GC/MS were α-thujene (11.7%), α-pinene (3.4%), sabinene (3.0%), myrcene (7.0%), p-cymene (4.7%), methyl chavicol (8.9%), methyl eugenol (3.7%), bornylacetate (3.8%) and a dimer of α-phellandrene (15.6%). \\+Main volatile components of B.frereana resin detected by headspace SPME-GC/MS were α-thujene (11.7%), α-pinene (3.4%), sabinene (3.0%), myrcene (7.0%), p-cymene (4.7%), methyl chavicol (8.9%), ​and methyl eugenol (3.7%). \\
 "Six different olibanum samples with certified botanical origin were analyzed by headspace SPME–GC/​MS in order to define their mono-, sesqui- and diterpenic composition,​ as pertinent criteria of identification. Boswellia carteri and Boswellia sacra olibanum have quite similar chemical composition,​ with isoincensole acetate (isoincensole and isoincensole acetate together 6.9%) as the main diterpenic biomarker. Although Boswellia serrata olibanum also exhibits this biomarker, the presence of methylchavicol,​ methyleugenol and an unidentified oxygenated sesquiterpene distinguishes B. serrata olibanum from the two other species."​ \\ "Six different olibanum samples with certified botanical origin were analyzed by headspace SPME–GC/​MS in order to define their mono-, sesqui- and diterpenic composition,​ as pertinent criteria of identification. Boswellia carteri and Boswellia sacra olibanum have quite similar chemical composition,​ with isoincensole acetate (isoincensole and isoincensole acetate together 6.9%) as the main diterpenic biomarker. Although Boswellia serrata olibanum also exhibits this biomarker, the presence of methylchavicol,​ methyleugenol and an unidentified oxygenated sesquiterpene distinguishes B. serrata olibanum from the two other species."​ \\
 [A chemical investigation by headspace SPME and GC–MS of volatile and semi-volatile terpenes in various olibanum samples. Hamm, S., Bleton, J., Connan, J., & Tchapla, A., Phytochemistry,​ Vol.66(12), 2005, 1499-1514] [A chemical investigation by headspace SPME and GC–MS of volatile and semi-volatile terpenes in various olibanum samples. Hamm, S., Bleton, J., Connan, J., & Tchapla, A., Phytochemistry,​ Vol.66(12), 2005, 1499-1514]
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