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:: Volume 21, Issue 6 (12-2013) ::
Journal of Ilam University of Medical Sciences 2013, 21(6): 80-86 Back to browse issues page
Chemical Composition and Anti Bacterial Activity of the Essential Oil From Aerial Parts of Torilisleptophylla and Thecocarpusmeifolius
R Fatolahi , Sh Masodi * 1, T Baradari , M Taherkhani , F Mohamadi , A Rostaeian
1- , shmasoudi@yahoo.com
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Introduction: The genus of Torilis from Umbelliferae family comprises of 10-15 species which have been distributed in Europe, north of Africa and south-west of Asia. Nine species of this genus are found in Iran. Phytochemical investi-gation of different species of Torilis ha-ve shown that they contain comarins, flavonoid and sesquiterpenes compou-nds. The genus of Thecocarpus which also belongs to Umbelliferae family has only one species in Iran.There is no any report on the phytochmistry of this ge-nus in literature. Materials & Methods: In the research, the essential oil of the aerial parts of Torilisleptophylla, collected from Ilam province, was obtained by hydro-distill-ation using a Clevenger-type apparatus for 3h. The essential oil of the aerial pa-rts of Thecocarpusmeifolius, collected from Shahr-e-Kourd city, was extracted by a microwave apparatus. Theessential oils were analysed by a GC/MS system. Findings: Inthe essential oil of the aerial parts of Torilisleptophylla 63 compoun-ds representing 92.14%, were identified in which spathulenol (15.74%), trans-α-bergamothene (9.37%) and germacrene D (8.94%) were the major constituents. 41 constituents representing 92.4% we-re identified in the essential oil of Thec-ocarpusmeifolius in which spathulenol (30.8%), caryophyllene oxide (8.9%) and germacrene D (6.0%) were the major ones. Antibacterial activity of both oils against the Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria was investiga-ted. Both oils showed inhibitor against Gram-positive bacteria. Discussion & Conclusion: Both oils sh-owed significant inhibitory effects agai-nst Gram positive bacteria.
Keywords: Torilisleptophylla, Thecoca-rpusmeifolius, essential oil, spathulenol, anti microbial activity
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Food chemistry
Received: 2013/12/30 | Accepted: 2013/12/30 | Published: 2013/12/30
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fatolahi R, masodi S, baradari T, taherkhani M, mohamadi F, rostaeian A. Chemical Composition and Anti Bacterial Activity of the Essential Oil From Aerial Parts of Torilisleptophylla and Thecocarpusmeifolius. J. Ilam Uni. Med. Sci. 2013; 21 (6) :80-86
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