caryophyllene


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caryophyllene

[‚kar·ē·ō′fī‚lēn]
(organic chemistry)
C15H24 A liquid sesquiterpene that is found in some essential oils, particularly clove oil.
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antioxidant, flavonoids, (3- antifungal, healing Caryophyllene, 1,8- properties, cineole anticonvulsant Ziziphus joazeiro antimicrobial, saponins Mart.
Other compounds are D- limonene, 4-terpineol, and caryophyllene which contribute 51-3% of the oil contents.
some of the secondary metabolites (limonene, [alpha]-pinene, [beta]-pinene, [delta]-3 carene, sabinene, caryophyllene, and [delta]-cadinene) belonging to these terpenes, are in the form of resins (Langenheim, 2003).
For example, Lavandula angustifolia has three chemotypes that vary in constituent percentages of linalool, linalyl acetate, and caryophyllene.
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In the present study we have identified caryophyllene (16.
These compounds include eugenol, camphor, caryophyllene, ursolic acid, rosmarinic acid, luteolin, and apigenin.
For instance, even at 1,600 parts per million (ppm), caryophyllene alone exhibits no activity against the microbe.