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University of Mohaghegh Ardabili (2017)

The Investigation On Secondary Metabolites And Some Allelopathic Aspects Of Anthriscus Nemorosa

Dalir, Neda

Titre : The Investigation On Secondary Metabolites And Some Allelopathic Aspects Of Anthriscus Nemorosa

بررسی متابولیت های ثانویه و ارزیابی برخی جنبه های نازیستی گیاه Anthriscus nemorosa

Auteur : Dalir, Neda

Université de soutenance : University of Mohaghegh Ardabili

Grade : Master 2017

Résumé
Anthriscus nemorosa is a perennial herb belonging to apiaceae. This plant is aromatic that grows naturally in the northern and western parts of Iran. Roots of the plant were collected from Khalkhal County followed by the essential oil obtained by hydrodistillation (Percentage yield was 0.1% v/w) from the roots of Anthriscus nemorosa.The essential oil was analyzed by GC and GC-MS. Fifty-two compounds were identified from the essential oil, representing 80.21% of the total oil. The main constituents were Myristicin (16.92%), Heptane (12.98%), Elemicin (12.54%), Gamma-Terpinene (12.50%), Decane (3.08%), Beta-Eudesmol (2.95%) and Beta-phellandrene (2.52%). These compounds were remarkably different with that of Anthriscus nemorosa native to Serbia. Allelopathic effect assessment of N-hexan, dichloromethane and methanol extracts from the plant roots ‎indicated that all three extracts had significant effect on rootlet growth of lettuce plant, whereas N-hexan and dichloromethane extracts had just significant effect on shootlet growth of lettuce plant. In addition, the three extracts had not any significant effect on germination percentage of lettuce plant.

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