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Paulo Fernandes ; Rolando Marbot ; Susana S. Fontinha ;Revista CENIC. Ciencias Químicas 2004, 35 1

Autor: Jorge A. Pino

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Revista CENIC.
Ciencias Químicas ISSN: 1015-8553 juan.araujo@cnic.edu.cu Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas Cuba Pino, Jorge A.; Fernandes, Paulo; Marbot, Rolando; Fontinha, Susana S. Chemical composition of the leaf oil of Crithmum maritimum L.
from Madeira Revista CENIC.
Ciencias Químicas, vol.
35, núm.
1, enero-abril, 2004, pp.
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1, 2004. COMUNICACION CORTA Chemical composition of the leaf oil of Crithmum maritimum L.
from Madeira Jorge A.
Pino, Paulo Fernandes,* Rolando Marbot** y Susana S.
Fontinha.*** Instituto de Investigaciones para la Industria Alimenticia, Carretera del Guatao, km 3½, Ciudad de La Habana, Código Postal 19200.
*Laboratório Agrícola da Madeira, Estrada Engo Abel Prieto, 9135-260 Camacha, Madeira.
**Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas, Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba, ***Jardim Botânico da Madeira, Caminho do Meio, Bom Sucesso, 9000 Funchal, Madeira. Recibido: 19 de septiembre de 2001. Aceptado: 15 de enero de 2002. Palabras clave: aceite esencial, Crithmum maritimum L., familia Umbeliferae, análisis por GC-MS. Key words: essential oil, Crithmum maritimum L., family Umbeliferae, GC-MS analyses. Crithmum maritimum L., which belongs to the family Umbeliferae, is a common plant from Madeira and Canary Islands.
It is commonly named Perrexil or Funcho marinho. Its habitat is on coastal basaltic formations where the climate is characterized by intense heat and scarce humidity during summer.
C.
maritimum is used in traditional cooking as spice.
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