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Plant Science Today
In this study essential oil from both conventional and micropropagated flowers of Hedychium coronarium were extracted through hydro-distillation process and its chemical composition were analyzed by gas chromatography and mass spectrometry. A total of 11 compounds were identified from conventionally grown plants where as 7 compounds were identified in micropropagated plants. The major compound identified in conventional and micropropagated plantlets is eucalyptol (18.04 % and 26.47 %)doi:10.14719/pst.2019.6.2.556 fatcat:tnqhtnhawfcgnlg6zra5p6gbui