eucalyptol

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eucalyptol

[‚yü·kə′lip‚tȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C10H18O A colorless oil with a camphorlike odor; boiling point is 174-177°C; used in pharmaceuticals, perfumery, and flavoring. Also known as cajeputol; cineol.
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Plasma 1,8-cineole correlates with cognitive performance following exposure to rosemary essential oil aroma.
Effects of 1,8-cineole on electrophysiological parameters of neurons of the rat superior cervical ganglion.
In two samples out of four (Nos 10 and 11, collected from the same place) rather high concentrations of germacrene D with [alpha]-muurolene, limonene with 1,8-cineole (samples 5, 10, and 12), and trans-[beta]-caryophyllene (samples 10 and 11) and less trans-dihydrocarvone (samples 5 and 12) and piperitone (samples 10 and 11) were found.
Using blood samples to detect the amount of 1,8-cineole participants had absorbed, the researchers applied speed and accuracy tests, and mood assessments, to judge the rosemary oil's affects.
Carefully extracted by steam distillation from the leaves and stems of the tallest and fastest growing tree in the world, eucalyptus essential oil contains about 80% 1,8-cineole (its main active ingredient) and other healthy plant essences such as pinene and limonene.
The results were used to interpret the release characteristics of 1,8-cineole from the films into the cantaloupe.
The major compounds of Chenopodium botrys aerial parts of Mazandaran sample were: 1,8-Cineole (39.
The monoterpene: ([+ or -])-[beta]-citronellol, ([+ or -])-citronellal, (-)-[alpha]-pinene, (-)-[beta]-pinene, [alpha]-terpinene, [gamma]-terpinene, [alpha]-terpineol, 1,8-cineole, citral, thymol, carvacrol, [alpha]+[beta]-thujone, camphene, ([+ or -])-camphor, (-)-borneol, p-cymene, myrcene, menthone, ([+ or -])menthol, geraniol, geranyl acetate, linalool, linalyl acetate, (R)-(-)-[alpha]-phellandrene, estragole, (R)-(-)-carvon, limonene showed potent phytotoxic activity and these compounds could be used both as potential bio-herbicides and lead structures for the development of new, potentially safe and ecocompatible pesticides (Martino et al.
clinopodioides are: Pulegone, Iso menthone, menthol, menthone 1,8-cineole, thymol, pcymene, carvacrol, terpinen-4-01 and Linalool (Kivanc and Akguel, 1986; Baser et al.
2002) administered different concentrations (1%, 2% and 4% of the diet) of 1,8-cineole in possums, peak levels were detected in blood 20 min, 1 h and 2 h after dosing respectively, and the authors concluded that terpenes' peak concentration in blood plasma could be dose depended.
ludens, when a blend of 4 synthetic compounds of volatiles of yellow chapote: 1,8-cineole, ethyl hexanoate, ethyl octanoate, and hexanol in combination with putrescine, ammonium bicarbonate, and methylamine HCl did not increase the captures compared with the traps containing metabolites of amino acids alone (Robacker 1998).
1-10% (v/v) 1,8-cineole in the solvent indicate an abrupt increase in membrane fluidity at around 1% 1,8cineole.