nerolidol


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nerolidol

[nə′räl·ə‚dȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C15H26O A straw-colored sesquiterpene alcohol; liquid with rose and apple aroma derived from cabreuva oil, oils of orange flower, and ylang ylang; soluble in alcohol; used in perfumery.
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[beta]-ionone, 5,6-epoxy-[beta]-ionone, nerolidol, and dihydroactinidiolide are responsible for the high concentration of flavors in green tea (HO et al., 2015).
The result revealed that the major essential oils from turmeric rhizomes are Eucalyptol (76.46%), [alpha]-Terpinene (4.41%), [gamma]-Terpinene (3.32%), p-Cymene (1.31%), and [alpha]-Terpineol (0.62%) while [alpha]- Zingiberene (17.43%), [beta]-Sesquiphellandrene (3.10%), Eucalyptol (2.75%), Furfaral (1.76%), [alpha]-Terpineol (1.35%), endo-Borneol (1.31%), Limonene (1.21%), Thunbergol (0.84%), Citral (0.56%), Oxirane (0.45%), Caryophyllene oxide (0.42%), Nerolidol (0.31%), exo-Norborneol (0.27%), cis-Verbenol (0.12%), Linaloloxide (0.06%), and Squalene (0.02%) are the major essential oil compounds detected in ginger rhizomes.
Haque, "Neuroprotective effect of nerolidol against neuroinflammation and oxidative stress induced by rotenone," BMC Neuroscience, vol.
tuberculatum, while the sesquiterpenes linalool (14.6%) and nerolidol (13.8%) were identified in the Piper sp.
It entails applying a composition comprising a combination of four sesquiterpene alcohols to an area of skin in need, wherein the sesquiterpene alcohols are cedrenol, cedrol, nerolidol and bisabolol [alpha].
Tannins, lavonoids Antibacterial activity (Myrtaceae); (myricetin, quercetin, of essential oil: Sa, 2884/SRF/Cam luteolin and Sf, Lspp, Esa, Aspp, kaempferol), essential Ec, Pv, Ea, St, Pa, oils (caryophyllene, andKp [12]; nerolidol, [beta]- antioxidant activity bisabolene, of leaves essential aromadendrene, p- oil [13].
The sesquiterpenes caryophyllene, caryophyllene epoxide, and nerolidol, reported in extracts of Hymenaea coubaril L.
Sensitization of Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli to antibiotics by the sesquiterpenoids nerolidol, farnesol, bisabolol, and apritone.
Component RI RI number (a) (b) Unsaturated terpene 1 Santene 888 902 Monoterpene hydrocarbons 2 Tricyclene 926 934 3 [alpha]-Pinene 939 946 4 Camphene 954 959 5 [beta]-Pinene 979 980 6 3-Carene 1011 1013 7 D-Limonene 1021 1018 8 [gamma]-Terpinene 1059 1064 9 4-Carene 1128 1131 Oxygenated monoterpenes 10 Linalyl formate 1216 1218 11 [beta]-Fenchyl acetate 1232 1234 12 Bornyl acetate 1285 1286 13 [alpha]-Terpinyl acetate 1349 1356 14 Geranyl acetate 1365 1368 Sesquiterpene hydrocarbons 15 Isoledene 1376 1380 16 Caryophyllene 1419 1412 17 [alpha]-Humulene 1454 1460 18 [gamma]-Gurjunene 1477 1481 Oxygenated sesquiterpenes 19 Nerolidol 1563 1565 20 Selina-6-en-4-ol 1624 1625 21 [beta]-Eudesmol 1650 1652 22 Eudesm-7(11)-en-ol 1666 1670 23 [alpha]-Bisabolol 1685 1689 Total S.
It was noted that manool, E- nerolidol, germacrene D, benzyl benzoate, palmitic acid, methyl palmitate d-cadinene and anthranilic acid, were found as the major components in essential oil.