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Drying temperature changes trichome integrity, chemical content and composition of the essential oil of pepper-rosmarin
ABSTRACT: Medicinal plants are generally commercialized dried. However, temperatures used in their drying processes may interfere with the content and chemical composition of their essential oils. The Lippia origanoides possesses thymol in the essential oil that is stored in glandular trichomes. Thymol is a major component of economic importance in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of the drying temperatures of L. origanoides leavesdoi:10.1590/0103-8478cr20180283 fatcat:up73fjfxl5a2dm5uosfpmeymqu