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Ocena składu i zastosowanie olejków eterycznych z rodzaju centaurea l.

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Composition and application of essential oils from the Centaurea L. Plant genus
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Centaurea L. jest jednym z liczniejszych (czwartym, co do wielkości) rodzajów rodziny Asteraceae, należącym do grupy roślin okrytonasiennych (kwiatowych). Morfologia i chemizm tego rodzaju, wciąż jeszcze nie są dobrze poznane. Obejmuje on najczęściej wieloletnie, ale również roczne i dwuletnie gatunki roślin trawiastych i krzewinek. Rośliny z rodzaju Centaurea L. występują głównie w obszarze Morza Śródziemnego i Zachodniej Azji. Rodzaj ten jest jednym z najbogatszych pod względem występowania gatunków endemicznych. Szczególnie dużą liczbę gatunków Centaurea L. spotkać możemy w Turcji, głównie w południowo-zachodniej, centralnej i wschodniej części kraju. Badania etnofarmakologiczne tego rodzaju wykazały, że duża liczba tych roślin jest w wielu krajach używana w medycynie ludowej do leczenia różnych dolegliwości. W niniejszej pracy przedstawiono przegląd olejków eterycznych pozyskiwanych z wybranych 50 gatunków roślin rodzaju Centaurea L., ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem ich składu i związków dominujących. Opisano właściwości olejków, na podstawie których wnioskować można potencjalne ich wykorzystanie w lecznictwie, przemyśle kosmetycznym czy spożywczym.
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Centaurea L. is one of a more numerous genus of the Asteraceae family, ranked among the group of Angiosperm plants (flowering plants), morphology and chemical composition of which are still not well known. Most often it includes long-term plant species, but also annual and two-year species of Graminaceous plants and shrubs. Plants from the Centaurea L. genus are found mainly in an area of the Mediterranean Sea and Western Asia. This genus is one of the richest in terms of occurrence of endemic species. Particularly large amounts of Centaurea L. species live in Turkey, mainly in south-west, central and of eastern part of the country. Ethnopharmacological examinations of the genus showed that a substantial amount of these plants in many countries is being used in the folk medicine for curing various ailments. In this paper essential oils acquired from 50 chosen species of the Centaurea L. plants are described, with particular reference to their chemical composition and properties important from the point of view of their possible application in health care, cosmetics and food industries.
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67
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2
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319-334
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2018
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  • Katedra i Zakład Farmakognozji z Pracownią Roślin Leczniczych, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Lublinie, Chodźki 1, 20-093 Lublin, Polska
  • Chair and Department of Pharmacognosy with Medicinal Plant Unit, Medical University of Lublin, Chodźki 1, 20-093 Lublin, Poland
  • Katedra i Zakład Farmakognozji z Pracownią Roślin Leczniczych, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Lublinie, Chodźki 1, 20-093 Lublin, Polska
  • Chair and Department of Pharmacognosy with Medicinal Plant Unit, Medical University of Lublin, Chodźki 1, 20-093 Lublin, Poland
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