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 "​B.linanoe is a narrow endemic to the tropical dry forest in the south of Mexico in the states of Puebla, Oaxaca, Guerrero and Morelos (Becerra & Venable, 2008)... Introduced to india from Mexico at the beginning of the 20th century for the exploitation of its essential oil... Bursera delpechiana did well in the Indian environment due to its drought resistance and its cultivation spread soon to andhra Pradesh, Thailand, and other areas. The innovation of distilling the mature fruits instead of the wood, as it had been done in Mexico, proved to be a success, giving the indian oil a superior odor and a longer persistence. The indian oil eventually took over the international markets and its industrial exploitation in Mexico collapsed."​ \\ "​B.linanoe is a narrow endemic to the tropical dry forest in the south of Mexico in the states of Puebla, Oaxaca, Guerrero and Morelos (Becerra & Venable, 2008)... Introduced to india from Mexico at the beginning of the 20th century for the exploitation of its essential oil... Bursera delpechiana did well in the Indian environment due to its drought resistance and its cultivation spread soon to andhra Pradesh, Thailand, and other areas. The innovation of distilling the mature fruits instead of the wood, as it had been done in Mexico, proved to be a success, giving the indian oil a superior odor and a longer persistence. The indian oil eventually took over the international markets and its industrial exploitation in Mexico collapsed."​ \\
-Comparing the chemical composition of essential oils of Bursera delpechiana from Mexico and B. linanoe from India show (B.delpechiana/​B.linaloe) linalool 2.20/0.16%, linalyl acetate 90.34/​92.16% and Germacrene ​D 1.96/0.72% as main components. \\+Comparing the chemical composition of essential oils of Bursera delpechiana from Mexico and B. linanoe from India show (B.delpechiana/​B.linaloe) linalool 2.20/0.16%, linalyl acetate 90.34/​92.16% and germacrene ​D 1.96/0.72% as main components. \\
 [Becerra, Judith X., and Koji Noge. "The Mexican roots of the Indian lavender tree." Acta Botanica Mexicana 91 (2010): 27-36] [[https://​www.redalyc.org/​pdf/​574/​57412477005.pdf]] [Becerra, Judith X., and Koji Noge. "The Mexican roots of the Indian lavender tree." Acta Botanica Mexicana 91 (2010): 27-36] [[https://​www.redalyc.org/​pdf/​574/​57412477005.pdf]]
  
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