eucalyptol


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eucalyptol

[‚yü·kə′lip‚tȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C10H18O A colorless oil with a camphorlike odor; boiling point is 174-177°C; used in pharmaceuticals, perfumery, and flavoring. Also known as cajeputol; cineol.
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The effect of chloroform, orange oil and eucalyptol on root canal transportation in endodontic retreatment.
Efficacy of [alpha]-copaene, cubeb, and eucalyptol lures for detection of redbay ambrosia beetle (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae).
As can be seen in Figure 3, extraction efficiency of the VOCs increased 1.5-fold for the two pinene types and eucalyptol while those of terpineol and terpinyl acetate increased about 2.5 to 4.5 at 65[degrees]C compared to the 20[degrees]C (room temperature).
The dominant compound was eucalyptol, however it was found only in samples from I group (Table 3).
The peaks in the chromatogram belong to the main compounds which are more than 1% of the EO chemical composition: (1) [alpha]-pinene, (2) [beta]- pinene, (3) sabinene, (4) limonene, (5) eucalyptol, (6) [alpha]-copaene, (7) camphor, (8) linalool, (9) 4-terpineol, (10) alloaromadendrene, (11) trans- verbenol, (12) [alpha]-terpineol, (13) borneol, (14) germacrene D, (15) [delta]-cadinene, (16) spathulanol, (17) sesquisabinene hydrate, (18) (-)- caryophyllene oxide, (19) nerolidol, (20) cis-caryophyllene, (21) [alpha]-cedrene, (22) 8-hydroxylinalool, (23) spathulenol, (24) [alpha]-muurolol, (25) [alpha]- cadinol, (26) epiglobulol, and (27) juniper camphor (the peak numbering given here is not in accordance with peak numbers in Table 3).
In the remaining four experimental groups, the canals were emptied using PTR alone (group 2), with the addition of the solvent xylol (Bioquimica Industria Farmaceutica, Sao Jose do Rio Preto, SP, Brazil) (group 3), orange oil (Citrol; Biodinamica Quimica and Farmaceutica, Ibipora, PR, Brazil) (group 4), and eucalyptol (ASFER Industria Quimica, Sao Caetano do Sul, SP, Brazil) (group 5).
Vetter, "Anti-inflammatory activity of 1.8-cineol (eucalyptol) in bronchial asthma: a double-blind placebo-controlled trial," Respiratory Medicine, vol.
Of the 23 monoterpenes identified in this species, five of them had already been studied for their effects on the cardiovascular system: p-cymene, eucalyptol, linalool, [alpha]-pinene, limonene, and [alpha]-terpineol.
Effect of chloroform, orange solvent and eucalyptol on the accuracy of four electronic apex locators.
Eucalyptol, an ether, was emitted by flowers of the three varieties of the genus Ananas (Fig.
neesiana fruit, such as Z-citral, eucalyptol, citronellal, [alpha]-pinene and [beta]-pinene, are reported to possess potential antimicrobial activity against Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans at non-cytotoxic doses in human keratinocytes (Comai et al., 2010).