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Essential oil composition and enantiomeric distribution of fenchone and camphor of Lavandula cariensis and L. stoechas subsp. stoechas grown in Greece.

The essential oils from leaves and inflorescences of L. cariensis Boiss. and L. stoechas L. subsp. stoechas collected in Greece were analyzed by GC and GC/MS. In the inflorescences and leaves essential oils of L. cariensis the most abundant metabolite was camphor (51.8, 48.8% respectively), whereas in the essential oils of L. stoechas subsp. stoechas, the main constituents were fenchone (39.9, 21.0% respectively) and camphor (24.2, 26.3% respectively). Both enantiomers of camphor were present, whereas only (+) fenchone was detected.

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