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Chemical composition, antioxidant activities of the essential oil of Mentha pulegium L, South East of Algeria

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Aerial parts of Mentha pulegium L. collected from south east of Algeria (Reguiba, El-Oued) possessed an essential oil in 2.34% (v/w) yield. GC and GC-MS analysis of the oil revealed recognition of Thirty-seven compounds, representing 95.02% (area percent) of the total oil composition. Oil was rich in Oxygenated hydrocarbons, exhibited higher percentage of Pulegone (46.31%) followed by Piperitenone (23.3%), Menthone (6.2%) and Limonene (4.7%). The antioxidant activity by DPPH free radical scavenging bioassay (IC50 = 157 μl/ml).
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  • VTRS Laboratory, University of El-Oued, B.P.789, 39000, El Oued, Algeria
  • Laboratoire Central De Police Scientifique/Chateauneuf, Direction De La Police Scientifique Et Technique Ben Aknoun, Alger, Algerie
  • Laboratoire Central De Police Scientifique/Chateauneuf, Direction De La Police Scientifique Et Technique Ben Aknoun, Alger, Algerie
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