Classification of Korean Chrysanthemum species based on volatile compounds using cluster analysis and principal component analysis

Su Jeong Kim, Tae Joung Ha, Jongyun Kim, Dong Chil Chang, Ki Sun Kim

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In the analysis of chemotype relationship among Korean Chrysanthemum species, the volatile compounds in the leaves of 15 taxa were analyzed and identified by gas chromatograph/mass spectrometry. Principal component analysis and cluster analysis used for the grouping based on the volatile compounds. Fifteen taxa of Charysanthemum species were categorized into three groups. Groups I and II included higher ketones than Group III. Group I had five C. zawadskii subspecies: acutilobum, acutilobum var. tenuisectum, acutilobum var. alpinum, lucidum, and coreanum. Five C. zawadskii subspecies were analyzed with main volatile compounds of D-limonene and m-thymol. Group II consisted of four C. zawadskii subspecies including naktongense, yezoense, latilobum, and latilobum var. leiophyllum, and one species C. makinoi. They consisted of main compounds of linalool, cis-chrysanthenol, eugenol, and chrysanthenone. Group III included five C. indicum species and related species: C. indicum, var. albescens, var. acuta, C. boreale, and C. lineare. The present study was able to classify volatile compounds of Korean Chrysanthemum species attributable to major compounds, such as hydrocarbons (sabinene, cymene, β-selinene), alcohols (1-octen-3-ol, cis-chrysanthenol, hinesol), ketones (chrysanthenone, camphor), and esters (cis-sabiene hydrate, trans-chrysanthenyl acetate).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)789-796
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of the Korean Society for Applied Biological Chemistry
Volume57
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014 Dec 3
Externally publishedYes

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Chrysanthemum
Cluster analysis
Principal Component Analysis
Ketones
Principal component analysis
Cluster Analysis
Thymol
Camphor
Eugenol
Hydrocarbons
Hydrates
Mass spectrometry
Mass Spectrometry
Esters
Gases
Alcohols
chrysanthenone
selinene
linalool
hinesol

Keywords

  • borneol
  • camphor
  • chrysanthemum
  • cluster analysis
  • principal component analysis

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  • Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all)
  • Organic Chemistry

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Classification of Korean Chrysanthemum species based on volatile compounds using cluster analysis and principal component analysis. / Kim, Su Jeong; Ha, Tae Joung; Kim, Jongyun; Chang, Dong Chil; Kim, Ki Sun.

In: Journal of the Korean Society for Applied Biological Chemistry, Vol. 57, No. 6, 03.12.2014, p. 789-796.

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