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Research Article

The In Vitro Antimicrobial Effects of Lavandula angustifolia Essential Oil in Combination with Conventional Antimicrobial Agents

Table 2

The chemical composition of Lavandula angustifolia Mill. essential oil.

RRIConstituentsPercentage abundance

1016α-Pinene0.1
1019α-Thujene
1057Camphene0.1
1104β-Pinene
1159Myrcene0.2
1193α-Terpinene
1194Limonene0.1
1202Eucalyptol0.5
1232β-trans-Ocimene3.0
1242γ-Terpinene0.1
1250β-cis-Ocimene2.1
13193-Octanone0.4
1270p-Cymene0.1
1281Terpinolene
1331Hexyl butyrate0.1
1372Allo-ocimene0.5
13761-Octenyl acetate0.8
13853-Octanol0.1
1411n-Hexyl butyrate0.3
1441Hexyl-2-methylbutyrate
1447cis-Linalool oxide0.2
1471cis-Linalool oxide0.1
1521Camphor0.3
1541Linalool
1563Linalyl acetate
1572α-Cedrene
1573α-Santalene0.4
1584α-Bergamotene0.3
1602Terpinen-4-ol14.9
1665β-Farnesene1.4
1677Lavandulol1.2
1680Cryptone0.2
1701α-Terpineol0.3
1702Borneol0.7
1741Carvone
1763γ-Cadinene0.2
1797Cuminaldehyde0.1
1855p-Cymen-8-ol0.3
2010Caryophyllene epoxide
2225Thymol0.1

Total97.30%

. indicates trace amounts; † indicates major chemical constituents.

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