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Fig. 2. GC-MS chromotograph of OVA essential oil in the period of blossoming. 1: β-Thujene, 2: (+)-Sabinene, 3: β-Pinene, 4: α-Terpinolene, 5: D-Limonene, 6: Eucalyptol, 7: γ-Terpinene, 8: Ethyl amyl ketone, 9: ο-Cymene, 10: 4-methyl-3-(1-methylethylidene)-1-cyclohexene, 11: 2-Hexenal diethyl acetal, trans, 12: 3-Octanol, 13: cis-β-Terpineol, 14: alfa-Copaene, 15: Dihydroedulan II, 16: (-)-β-Bourbonene, 17: β-Linalool, 18: β-Caryophyllene, 19: L-4-terpineol, 20: Alloaromadendrene, 21: Humulen, 22: Germacrene D, 23: I-β-Bisabolene, 24: Elixene, 25: α-trans-Farnesene, 26: β-Caryophyllene epoxide, 27: α-Humulene epoxide II, 28: Ent-Spathulenol, 29: Isoaromadendrene epoxide, 30: Carvacrol/Isothymol, 31: α-Cadinol, 32: Ledene oxide-(II), 33: Tetracyclo[6.3.2.0(2,5).0(1,8)]tridecan-9-ol,4,4-dimethyl-, 34: Dibutyl phthalate, 35: Palmitic acid. GC-MS: gas chromatography–mass spectrometry, OVA: Origanum vulgare of the Armenian highlands.
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