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Title: Chemical composition and biological activities of the essential oils of Salvia canariensis
Authors: García Vallejo, María C.
Moujir, Laila
Burillo, J.
León Guerra, L.
González, M. 
Díaz Peñate, R.
San Andrés, L.
Gutiérrez Luis, Javier
López Blanco, F. 
Ruiz de Galarreta, C. M.
UNESCO Clasification: 23 Química
Keywords: Salvia canariensis
Lamiaceae
Essential oil
Chemical composition
Antimicrobial activity, et al
Issue Date: 2006
Journal: Flavour and Fragrance Journal 
Conference: COST Action 921 on Food Matrices - Structural Organization from Nano- to Macro Scale and Impact on Flavour Release and Perception 
Abstract: Comparative studies of the chemical composition of steam-distilled essential oils from cultivated Salvia canariensis, collected at different seasons of the year, were studied. The essential oils were analysed by gas chomatography-mass spectrometry: the major components were bornyl acetate (17.8-28.6%), beta-caryophyllene (12.7-30.2%), alpha-pinene (4.6-9.5%) and viridiflorol (13.9-17.3%) in all samples. The essential oils were evaluated for antimicrobial and cytostatic activities and enzymatic inhibitions of xanthine oxidase, beta-glucosidase and beta-glucuronidase. Concerning the antimicrobial and cytotoxic tests, the oils showed interesting activities towards different Gram-positive bacteria (MIC 45-35 mu g/ml), but had no effect against eukaryotic cells.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/76789
ISSN: 0882-5734
DOI: 10.1002/ffj.1504
Source: Flavour and Fragrance Journal [ISSN 0882-5734], v. 21 (1), p. 72-76, 2006
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