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Orıganum vulgare L. subsp. gracıle (C. Koch) Ietswaart'nin uçucu yağ verimi, kompozisyonu ve çay olarak kullanılabilirliğinin araştırılması - Sayfa 8ABSTRACT
Fırat University Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences
Department of Biology
2008, Page: VIII+28
In this study, essential oil composition of the Origanum vulgare L. subsp. gracile belonging to Origanum genus have been investigated and the probability of using as herbal tea was olso examined. Plant samples were collected in different vegetation peri...
Bazı origanum türleri ve biyoaktif bileşenlerinin fonksiyonel özelliklerinin incelenmesi. - Sayfa 3ABSTRACT
DETERMINATION OF FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATIONS AND BIOACTIVE COMPONENTS FOR SOME ORIGANUM SPECIES
Setenay Beril TEKİN
Ankara University Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences
Department of Food Engineering
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ender Sinan POYRAZOGLU
The genus Origanum is represented in Turkey by 24 species, the ratio of endemism in the genus is 63 %. In this res...
Muğla yöresinde doğal olarak yayılışı gösteren bazı Lamiaceae türlerinin antimikrobiyal etkisinin belirlenmesi - Sayfa 126108
Barbour, E.K., Sharif, M.A., Sagherian, V.K., Habre, A.N., Talhouk, R.S., Talhouk, S.N. 2004. Screening of selected indigenous plants of Lebanon for antimicrobial activity. J. ofEthnopharmacol., 93:1-7.
Barret, F.F., McGehee, RF., Finland, M 1968. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus at Boston City Hospital. Bacteriological and epidemiological obseivations. N. Engl. J. Med., 279: 442....
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CHEMICAL COMPOSmON AND iN VITRO ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF ESSENTIAL OILS OF WILD AND CULTIVATED
ORIGANUM VULGARE SUBSP. HIRTUMIETSWAART Gülden ESEN
Balikesir University, lnstitute of Science, Department of Biology
(M. Sc. Thesis I Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ayşe Dilek AZAZ) Balikesir, 2005
The family Lamiaceae is represented by 45 genera, 546 species and 730 taxa in Turkey. The genus Origanum is represented in Turkey by 24 species, the ratio of endemism in the genus is 63 %. Origanum vulgare subsp. hirtum Ietswaart collected from different localities in Marmara region and their cultivated forms provided from Atatürk Central Horticultural Research Institute Yalova I Turkey were subjected to hydrodistillation to yield essential oils which were subsequently analysed by GC and GC/MS. The main constituents of the oils were identified and antimicrobial bioassays were applied. The analyses showed that wild and cultivated Origanum vulgare subsp. hirtum oils included carvacrol obtained from wild plants and from cultivars (82.9 -7.5 % and 85.4 – 5.3 % respectively), and included thymol from wild and from cultivars (60. 1-0.3 % and 68.0 – 0.3 % respectively) as main components. The essential oils showed strong antimicrobial activity against ali microorganisms tested except some microfungi.
KEY WORDS: Origanum vulgare subsp. hirtum I Lamiaceae I Essential oil/ GC/MS analysis / Antibacterial activity I Antifungal activity I Carvacrol I Thymol.