chavicol


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chavicol

[′chav·ə‚kȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C3H5C6H4OH A colorless phenol that is liquid at room temperature; boils at 230°C; soluble in alcohol and water; found in many essential oils.
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Linalool, geraniol, geranial, methyl chavicol and eugenol were active components against A.
dracunculus contiene principalmente metil chavicol (16,2%) y metil eugenol (35,8%) [3].
e) Hydroxycinnamoyl derivatives: gingerol; (f) Chavicol [R.
The largest content of salam leaf is eugenol and methyl chavicol [7].
The main component for its essential oil was methyl chavicol (estragole) with 95.
8 cineole linalool methyl chavicol (estragole) and eugenol (Charles and Simon 1992; Marotti et al.
Chavicol formation in sweet basil (Ocimumbasilicum): cleavage of an esterified C9 hydroxyl group withNAD(P)H-dependent reduction.
Such chemicals include hydroxychavicol, chavibetol, piperbetol, arecoline, carvacrol, caryophyllene, piperitol, eugenol, isoeugenol, allyl pyrocatechol, chavicol, safrole, anethole, betasitosterol, beta-sitosteryl palmitate, dotriacontanoic acid, tritriacontane, piperine, piperlonguminine, chavibetol acetate, estragole, piperols A and B, and pyrocatechol diacetate (Zeng et al.
methyl chavicol, [alpha]-calacorene and [alpha]-corocalene (low amount) from C.
Ocimum basilicum CT Methyl Chavicol is grown in several places including Reunion, Comoro, and Egypt.