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1. . 77–85.
DOI: 10.14258/jcprm.1401075
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11. Meier R.J., Goggans J.F. Heritabilities and correlations of the cortical monoterpenes of Virginia Pine (Pinus
virginiana Mill.) // Silvae Genetica. 1978. Vol. 27, N2. Pp. 79–84.
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19. Shahmir F., Ahmadi L., Mirza M., Korori S.A.A. Secretory elements of needles and berries of Juniperus communis L.
ssp. communis and its volatile constituents // Flavour and fragrance journal. 2003. Vol. 18. Pp. 425–428.
10.
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25
2013 .
5
2013 .
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…
Senashova V.A.1*, Aniskina A.A.1, Plyashechnik M.A.1, Kostyakova T.V.2 THE VOLATILE COMPOUND COMPOSITION OF CONIFEROUS TREES IN THE MIDDLE SIBERIA
1
V.N. Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS, Akademgorodok, 50/28, Krasnoyarsk, 660036 (Russia),
e-mail: vera0612@mail.ru
2
Khakassky Technical Institute – a branch of the Siberian Federal University, Shchetinkina st., 27, Abakan, Republic
of Khakassia, 655017 (Russia)
The composition and mass fraction of the components of the volatile compounds secreted by the needles of Pinus
sylvestris L., P. sibirica (Du Tour), Picea obovata Ldb., Juniperus communis L., J. sabina L. during the growth season were
studied by the chromate-mass-spectrometry method. In general, the work identified 223 substances. . The detected compounds
were common for all the plants studied and some of them were associated with the certain species.
Keywords: chromate-mass-spectrometry, volatile compound, Pinus sylvestris L., P. sibirica (Du Tour), Picea obovata
Ldb., Juniperus communis L., J. sabina L.
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Received February 25, 2013
Revised July 1, 2013
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Corresponding author.
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