The Scientific World Journal / 2015 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Chemical Diversity in Basil (Ocimum sp.) Germplasm

Figure 3

Distribution of the chemical constituents of the essential oil of Ocimum basilicum in relation to the three principal components through analysis of the principal component analysis (PCA) (C1 = 1,8-cineole, C2 = linalool, C3 = methyl chavicol, C4 = nerol, C5 = neral, C6 = geraniol, C7 = geranial, C8 = methyl cinnamate, C9 = β-bourbonene, C10 = methyl eugenol, C11 = α-trans-bergamotene, C12 = germacrene-D, C13 = δ-cadinene, and C14 = epi-α-cadinol).

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