bornyl acetate

bornyl acetate

[′bȯrn·əl ′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
C10H17OOCCH3 A colorless liquid that forms crystals at 10°C; has characteristic piny-camphoraceous odor; used in perfumes and for flavoring.
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Sabinene, [alpha]-phellandrene, (Z)-[beta]-ocimene, [gamma]-terpinene, (E)-[beta]-ocimene, terpinolene, [alpha]-copaene, bornyl acetate, [alpha]-humulene, germacrene D, [delta]-cadinene, caryophyllene oxide, and humulene epoxide-II were the main compounds in the essential oils of F.
Therefore, the objective of the present study was to evaluate the effects of 11 ACEO (eugenol, carvacrol, citral, limonene, 1,4-cineole, p-cymene, linalool, bornyl acetate, [alpha]-pinene, and [beta]-pinene) on rumen fermentation and methane production.
Thujone (trans), [alpha]-pinene, [beta]-myrcene, terpinen, limonene, 1.8-cineole, linalool, bornyl acetate, citronellal, eugenol, geranyl acetate, nerol, [beta]-caryophyllene were purchased from Aldrich Company, USA.
D-Limonene (25.29%), bornyl acetate (19.31%), camphene (12.48%), [alpha]-pinene (11.88%), [beta]-pinene (6.45%), and eudesm7(11)-en-ol (5.38%) were the major components of the essential oil.
Components RI % 1 [alpha]-thujene 933 0.20 2 [alpha]-pinene 933 38.41 3 camphene 950 6.50 4 Verbenone 955 0.82 5 sabinene 974 tr 6 [beta]-pinene 978 2.71 7 Myrcene 991 4.43 8 [alpha]-phellandrene 1008 0.24 9 Delta-3-Caren 1014 tr 10 [beta]-cymene 1025 1.80 11 limonene 1028 9.17 12 [beta]-Phellanderen 1029 0.80 13 1,8-cineole 1032 11.90 14 [gamma]-terpinene 1061 tr 15 trans-sabinene hydrate 1067 0.15 16 [alpha]-Terpinolene 1089 tr 17 Linalool 1100 0.92 18 Verbenol 1138 1.40 19 Camphor 1145 11.36 20 Borneoil 1166 2.82 21 Terpine-4-ol 1179 tr 22 [alpha]-Terpineol 1191 0.20 23 Pulegone 1241 tr 24 Bornyl acetate 1286 3.74 25 [alpha]-Copaene 1377 tr 26 Geranyl acetate 1384 tr 27 [beta]-Caryophyllene 1422 0.30 28 Caryophyllene-oxide 1587 0.20 total components 98.07 tr: >1%
Butyl acetate was also detected in guava fruits and bornyl acetate was detected in carambola fruits and was describe to impart sweet green aroma (Mahattanatawee et al., 2005).
(2003) included as main compounds for this species [beta]-pinene, borneol, [alpha]-pinene, bornyl acetate, linalool and caryophyllene oxide, whereas in the present study these compounds were found in lower amounts, 3.96, 1.21 and 0.43%, respectively; linalool and bornyl acetate was found to be < 0.01% and caryophyllene oxide was not identified.
However, bornyl acetate, a-pinene and p-cymene were found in the plant samples from Hamedan only.
1,8-cineole (36.1%), [alpha]-pinene (22.5%), linalool (8.4%), bornyl acetate (5.2%), [alpha]-terpineol (4.4%), linalyl acetate (4.2%) and limonene (3.8%) were found to be the major components of the oil.
Forty-six compounds have been identified to date (numerous others are present but have not been identified), falling into the broad classes of long-chain alcohols and ketones, hydroxyquinones, phenols, and, more rarely, an alkaloid (nicotine), an amine (N,N-dimethyl-B-phenylethylamine), terpenoids (camphene, limonene) and bornyl esters (bornyl acetate and propionate) (Gnaspini & Hara 2007).
The typical constituents of valerian roots are found to be valeric and isovaleric acid, monoterpenes ([alpha]-pinene, [alpha]-fenchene, camphene), monoterpenic esters (bornyl acetate, myrtenyl acetate, myrtenyl isovaleriate), oxygen containing sesquiterpenes, and valerian cyclopentanoid sesquiterpenes such as valerenal, valerenone, valerenol, valerenyl acetate, valerenic acid, and valerenyl isovalerate.