estragole


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estragole

[′es·trə‚gōl]
(organic chemistry)
C6H4(C3H5)(OCH3) A colorless liquid with the odor of anise, found in basil oil, estragon oil, and anise bark oil; used in perfumes and flavorings.
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Revised Standard of Estragole on the language describing the categories (non-skin, incidental skin contact products) to harmonize with the Methyl eugenol Standard.
The monoterpene: ([+ or -])-[beta]-citronellol, ([+ or -])-citronellal, (-)-[alpha]-pinene, (-)-[beta]-pinene, [alpha]-terpinene, [gamma]-terpinene, [alpha]-terpineol, 1,8-cineole, citral, thymol, carvacrol, [alpha]+[beta]-thujone, camphene, ([+ or -])-camphor, (-)-borneol, p-cymene, myrcene, menthone, ([+ or -])menthol, geraniol, geranyl acetate, linalool, linalyl acetate, (R)-(-)-[alpha]-phellandrene, estragole, (R)-(-)-carvon, limonene showed potent phytotoxic activity and these compounds could be used both as potential bio-herbicides and lead structures for the development of new, potentially safe and ecocompatible pesticides (Martino et al.
2005) and [alpha]-pinene, [beta]-pinene, 3-carene, estragole, [alpha]-carinol, limonene, [beta]-phellandrene, [tau]-cardinol, [tau]-muurolol, myrcene, and [alpha]-terpineol in small ponderosa pines (Pinus ponderosa Lawson; Kelkar et al.
Estragole is a constituent of essential oils of many plants such as Ravensara anisata, Ocimum basilicum, and Croton zehntneri.
Can Estragole in Fennel Seed Decoctions Really Be Considered a Danger for Human Health?
Sabinene, trans-linalool oxide, estragole, (E)-caryophyllene, [beta]-copaene, [alpha]-humulene, D-germacrene and (E)-nerolidol were the major constituents and representing 71.
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.
These antibacterial effects are attributed to the main constituents in basil's essential oils, including estragole, eugenol, rosmarinic acid, linalool, methylchavikol, and oleanolic acid.
Methyl chavicol CT (also known as estragole CT) is the chemotype of basil making it a strong antispasmodic.
The essential oil of Agastache rugosa and its main constituent estragole showed synergism with ketoconazole against Blastoschizomyces capitatus.
2010 Large estragole fluxes from oil palms in Borneo.
I commonly add basil, which contains estragole, a known rodent carcinogen.