carvone


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carvone

[′kär‚vōn]
(organic chemistry)
C10H14O A liquid ketone that boils at 231°C; soluble in water and alcohol; it is optically active and occurs naturally in both dextro and levo forms; used in flavorings and perfumery. Also known as carvol.
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Feeding deterrent effect of carvone a compound from caraway seeds on the slug Arion lusitanicus.
This herb consists of some monoterpen such as carvone, limonene and trans-anethole and some flavonoids such as kaempferol and vicenin.
Limonene and carvone are the most important compounds of essential oil which is the main active substance of caraway fruit.
For example, carvone is a chiral terpenoid where the R enantiomer smells like spearmint while the S enantiomer has the distinct odor of caraway seed.
Carvone oxide: an example of convergent evolution in euglossine-pollinated plants.
2006), who conducted in vitro studies, reported that addition of anethol (3,000 mg/L), carvacrol and carvone (300 mg/L) had no effect on N[H.
To overcome sprouting and higher weight loss a large number of chemicals such as ethylene, nonanol,chlorprophan, maleic hydrazide (MH), carvone,abscisic Design (CRD) with three replications.
spicata were found: rich in carvone (samples 1, 2, and 14; see Table 2), rich in piperitenone oxide (sample 3), rich in [alpha]-terpinyl acetate and trans-[beta]-caryophyllene (both in sample 9).
We will study carvone, nootkatone and methyl-gamma-cyclogeranate, with enantiomers that smell differently, and fenchone, gamma-octathionolactone and tetrahydronootkatone, with enantiomers that smell the same.
Orquidea Carvone Citronellol Metil salicilato Brassavola acaulis Lindl.
Nanasombat and Lohasupthawee reported that carvone and carvacrol are also known to have inhibitory effects on bacterial strains.
It was found to be made up of 53 compounds, predominantly methychavicol (45%), linalool, carvone and D-limonene.