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167Phytologia (August 2010) 92(2) GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION IN THE LEAF ESSENTIAL OILS
 

Summary: 167Phytologia (August 2010) 92(2)
GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION IN THE LEAF ESSENTIAL OILS
OF JUNIPERUS GRANDIS (CUPRESSACEAE) AND
COMPARISION WITH J. OCCIDENTALIS
AND J. OSTEOSPERMA
Robert P. Adams
Biology Department, Baylor University, Box 97388, Waco, TX
76798, USA
email Robert_Adams@baylor.edu
and
Michael E. Kauffmann
4312 Lentell Road, Eureka, CA, 95501
ABSTRACT
The leaf essential oils of Juniperus grandis were examined from
throughout its range. The oil of the Yolla Bolly Mtns. putative J. grandis
population was found to be most similar to J. occidentalis. The disjunct
San Bernardino Mtns., J. grandis population was found to be quite
differentiated from J. grandis populations in the high Sierras of
California. The oils from several populations of J. occidentalis and J.
osteosperma, as well as the oils of J. californica (chemotypes A and B),

  

Source: Adams, Robert P. - Department of Biology, Baylor University

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine