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International Journal of Phytomedicine and Phytotherapy

Table 5 Identified fatty acid and Essential Oil content of Black Goji berries

From: Current findings and future prospective of high-value trans Himalayan medicinal plant Lycium ruthenicum Murr: a systematic review

Sr. No. Fatty acid and Essential Oil Content Percentage (fruits) Content Percentage (seed) References
43. Myristic acid 0.14 0.04 [22]
44. Margaric acid 0.29 [22]
45. Tetracosanoic acid 0.47 0.02 [22]
46. Arachidic acid 2.48 0.21 [22]
47. Stearic acid 3.56 1.40 [45]
48 Heptadecanoic acid 0.07 [22]
49. Pentadecenoic acid 0.01 0.01 [22]
50. Linolenic acid 4.99 6.60 [45]
51. Linoleic acid 59.38 74.56 [45]
52. Oleic acid 20.70 11.82 [22]
53 Palmitic acid 12.49 4.88 [22]
54. Docosanoic acid (Behenic acid) 0.06 [46]
55. Hexadecane 0.8 [3]
56. Docosane 1.5 [3]
57. Heneicosane 0.9 [3]
58. Tricosane 2.5 [3]
59 Tetracosane 3.9 [3]
60. Hexacosane 7.0 [3]
61. Heptacosane 14.3 [3]
62 Octacosane 5.2 [3]
63. Nonacosane 6.2 [3]
64. Ethyl linoleate 10 [3]
65. Methyl linoleate 5.6 [3]
66. Methyl hexadecanoate 4.5 [3]
67. Ethyl hexadecanoate 5.8 [3]
68. Phytol 3.0 [3]
69. Farnesylacetone 4.6 [3]
70. (E)-Geranylacetone 1.1 [3]
71. (E,E)-2,4-Decadienal 0.8 [3]
72. Hexahydrofarnesylacetone 0.8 [3]
73. Palmitoleic acid 0.76 0.12 [22]
74. cis-10-Heptadecenoic acid 0.04 [22]
75. cis-11-Eicosenoic acid 0.04 [22]
76 cis-11, 14-Eicosadienoic acid 0.02 [22]
77. cis-11, 14, 17-Eicosatrienoic acid 0.06 [45]
78. n-3 cis-5, 8, 11, 14, 17-Eicosapentaenoic acid 0.01 [45]