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Table 4 Percentage variation of the essential oil constituents of coriander waste under different storage conditions for 1 year

From: Evaluation of essential oil isolated from dry coriander seeds and recycling of the plant waste under different storage conditions

Compound no. Compound % KI Group Treatments
T4 T5 T6
1 α-Pinene 939 MH 0.53 0.22 0.21
2 Camphene 953 MH 0.31 0.16 0.2
3 β-Pinene 980 MH 0.16 0.15 0.2
4 Para cymene 1026 MH 0.86 0.75 1.1
5 Limonene 1031 MH 0.78 0.89 1.88
6 Linalool 1098 OM 20.06 15.61 8.82
7 Estragole 1195 OM 10.25 9.04 8.1
8 Decanal 1204 VC 0.7 0.5 0.6
9 Trans-anethole 1283 OM 29.29 35.62 41.54
10 Carvacrol 1298 OM 5.1 3.26 2.7
11 Geranyl acetate 1383 VC 0.85 0.93 0.54
12 Longifolene 1402 OM 6.82 5.57 5.33
13 Germacrene-D 1480 SH 2.31 1.21 1.51
14 Bisabolene 1509 SH 0.65 0.59 0.47
15 Spathulenol 1576 OS 1.05 0.87 1.36
16 Butanoic acid, 2 methyl-,2-methoxy-4-(2-ropenyl) phenyl ester 2149 VC 14.17 16.77 16.7
  Total    94.94 93.22 92.6
  1. T4 = Extracted and analyzed the essential oil from dry waste directly after harvest. T5 = Analyzed the essential oil which extracted from dry waste immediately after harvest and stored in the refrigerator at 5 °C (cool conditions for 1 year). T6 = Extracted and analyzed the oil from dry waste which stored at room temperature for 1 year