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In this study, the extractive substances of Hedera helix L. (forest ivy) wood and bark, naturally found around Filyos Stream in the Çaycuma district of Zonguldak, were investigated, for both ground-creeping individuals and for those clinging to Oriental plane (Platanus orientalis L.). The samples taken from the wood and bark of the plants were compared. According to the results of wood hexane experiments, linoleic acid (26.98%) was the most abundant in normal wood samples. In the samedoi:10.15666/aeer/1805_69416948 fatcat:itnmjkskgnaedidn5dp3lyz3am