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Table 2 Thirty-four terpenoids abundant in citrus leaves of various germplasms. (Cited firstly in line 183)

From: Transcriptomic and metabolomic analyses provide insight into the volatile compounds of citrus leaves and flowers

Citrus germplasmsSpecial volatile compounds
Niedu wild mandarin1camphene, β-pinene, isospathulenol, germacrene D-4-ol, trans-β-ocimene, α-copaene, terpinolene
Yaoxianggan1sabinene, β-myrcene, D-limonene, allo-ocimene, α-elemene, β-elemene, (−)-humulene, germacrene D
Honghedayicheng1α-citral, β-citral, citronellal, geranyl acetate
Cupigoushigan1α-pinene, linalool
India sour tangerine1γ-elemene, germacrene B
Wulong sour orange1(+)-bicyclogermacrene, (+)-δ-cadinene
Mangshan tangerine1nerolidol, α-thujene
Limonia1α-terpineol
Nanchuan citron1nerol acetate
Xipigoushigan1δ-elemene
Poncirus trifoliata 1caryophyllene
Muli citron2α-phellandrene
Newhall navel orange23-carene
Fingered citron2cis-β-ocimene
  1. 1: wild or semi-wild germplasms; 2:cultivars