Nowadays, there is also a wide range of use of eugenol
for several purposes such as household products, fragrance in soaps and cosmetics, skin care products, flavoring substance for food, dental and pharmaceutical products.
Commercial formulation of methyl eugenol
, a sex pheromone used specifically for capturing of B.
The predominant components of rose water volatiles are PEA, citronellol, geraniol, nerol, and methyl eugenol
[3, 4, 10-16, 19].
To a solution of eugenol
(1, 32.53 mmol) or dihydroeugenol (1', 31.26 mmol) in dichloromethane (50 mL) were added equimolar amounts of sodium bisulfate and potassium nitrate, followed by addition of wet silica gel (1 : 1 w/w; 6.5 g for eugenol
reaction and 6.3 g for dihydroeugenol reaction).
In order to examine the hypothesis that stress during transport of Nile tilapia fingerlings can be reduced using appropriate doses of anesthetics, we assessed the effects of various concentrations of menthol, eugenol
and benzocaine on the time interval for anesthesia induction, changes in biochemical and hematological parameters, and the survival rates of fingerlings by simulating the conditions normally used for transport.
Determination of eugenol
, anethole, and coumarin in the mainstream cigarette smoke of Indonesian clove cigarettes.
At the treatment dose of 1,000 [micro]L/L, the most pronounced inhibition of methane production was noted for carvacrol, with the magnitude of inhibition decreasing in the following order: carvacrol (-86%), citral (-44%), bornyl acetate (-38%), [alpha]-pinene (-29%), [beta]-pinene (-28%), eugenol
(-24%), linalool (-24%), limonene (-23%) and 1,4-cineole (-22%).
Meanwhile, pharmacological properties of eugenol
are also driving the demand for eugenol
in the pharmaceutical industry.
The chronometer was triggered to establish the time taken to induce anesthesia, which was counted from the time of transferring the ray to the tank containing eugenol
, until anesthesia stage III was reached (Table 1) (Woody et al., 2002; Ross and Ross, 2008).
For example, eugenol
has been studied in animal models of arthritis.
In addition, studies have identified the following components: eugenol
(70-80%), 1,8-cineol, [alpha]-humulene, [beta]-caryophyllene and cadinene derivatives (Tucker et al.
zeylanicum EO and eugenol
sanitizer and anti-biofilm activity was evaluated against E.