cinnamic alcohol

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cinnamic alcohol

[sə′nam·ik ′al·kə‚hȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5CH:CHCH2OH White needles that congeal upon heating and are soluble in alcohol; used in perfumery.
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Several plant species have active resistance to yeasts because of their production of compounds such as benzyl alcohol, cinnamyl alcohol and phenethyl alcohol, known for their anti-fungal properties (Lawton et al.
The bmr-6 causes a reduction in the enzyme cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase (CAD) activity, while the bmr-12 and bmr-18 decreases the activity of the enzyme Omethyltransferase (OMT) in the lignin synthesis of the sorghum (OLIVER et al., 2005).
Apart from the above basic linkages, minor amounts of cinnamyl alcohol end-groups (F) were also detected in all lignin samples, as shown by the [C.sub.[gamma]]-[H.sub.[gamma]] cross-peak at 61.2/4.08 [35].
Selective hydrogenation of cinnamaldehyde to cinnamyl alcohol on L-zeolite supported catalysts.
Bastaki said the Consumer Materials Laboratory conducts several tests on aromatic products including Visual inspection, Turbidity test, Determination of Essential Oil content, Determination of Ethanol Content, Determination of Methanol in relation to Ethanol content, Determination Propan-1-ol, Determination of Diethyl Phthalate content, Determination of Bitrex content, and Determination of Allergic substances such as Amyl Cinnamal, Benzyl Alcohol, Cinnamyl Alcohol, Citral, Eugenol, Hydroxy-citronellal, Isoeugenol, Amylcin-namyl Alcohol, Benzyl Salicylate, Cinnamal, Coumarin and Geraniol.
"Cinnamyl Alcohol, often used in fragrances, can also cause an adverse skin reaction such as itching or blistering.
A toxicologic and dermatologic assessment of related esters and alcohol of cinnamic acid and cinnamyl alcohol when used as fragrance ingredients.
In the methanolic formulation rosiridin, rhodioloside B and C isomers, cinnamyl alcohol, triandrin and EGCG dimer all seemed to exert effects.
For example, almost 10 years ago, Ralph and colleagues published a paper describing what happens to loblolly pine trees when they're deprived of the gene that codes for cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase--an enzyme that helps make vital lignin building blocks.
Cinnamyl alcohol (Lancaster) was purified by recrystallization from an ethyl ether/pentane system.
Cinnamyl alcohol, an example of allylic alcohols, has been completely oxidized to cinnamaldehyde with more than 99% cinnamaldehyde selectivity within 7 min (Table 6, entry 21).
In the last step of monolignol biosynthesis, coniferaldehyde is converted into its corresponding alcohol by cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase (CAD) in a NADPH-dependent reaction [8].