Chemotype abundance

This type of search provides you with an opportunity to find actual information about the chemotypes of chosen species all over world. In the chemotype's description you will be able to find reference where the chosen chemotype was described and also to obtain details about the sample preparation and analysis procedures of chosen chemotype. What is more this type of search is equipped with Comparative analysis between chemotypes.

  • STEP 1 - Choose Family of the species under the study - just select one of the proposed options, then click Next.
  • STEP 2 - In the same way choose Genus, then click Next.
  • STEP 3 - In the same way choose Species, then click Next.
  • STEP 4 - Choose Country and/or Countries you want to get the chemotype information about. Just tick the countries as many as you need. If you want to select all listed countries, just click Select All.After that click Next and the report of the chemotypes will appear on your screen immediately. If the country is disabled it means that there are no available information about the chemotypes of the species under the study.
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    Step 1 - Choose Family

    Step 2 - Choose Genus

    Step 3 - Choose Species

    ssp. - subspecies (a taxonomic unit in the rank of species), ssp.n.i. - subspecies in the study was not identified

    Step 4 - Choose Country

    Instruction
  • On this page you can see only five compounds of the chosen chemotype. To obtain the detailed information about the chemotype click More. To hide the information, just click Hide.
  • To obtain information in detatils about the article where the chosen chemotype was mentioned and description of the experiment conditions (sample preparation, analysis) you can click Info near the name of the chemotype.
  • To obtain information in details about the compound click Info near the name of the compound.
  • To compare several chemotypes between each other click on Yes at the right top of the chosen chemotypes and then click Compare chemotypes at the bottom of the page. Click No to change chemotypes for comparative analysis.
  • To start new search just click New Search
  • Results of Chemotype Search

    The species under the study Thymus pullegioides L. (Family Laminacea, Genus Thyme) is characterized by very high variability of chemical composition of essential oil. The chemotypes found in chosen countries (Russia, Lithuanua) are listed below:

    tr. - traces (the compound was identified but in very small amounts), - - the compound was not identified