methyl anthranilate


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methyl anthranilate

[′meth·əl an′thran·ə‚lāt]
(organic chemistry)
H2NC6H4CO2CH3 A yellowish to colorless liquid, slightly soluble in water; used in flavoring and in perfumery. Also known as artificial neroli oil.
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(http://www.sigmaaldrich.com/catalog/product/aldrich/w268208?lang=en&region=GB) Methyl anthranilate is one of these, it is also found in grapes and contributes a strong and sweetish edge to the aroma.
The aroma constituents in the jasmine tea have already been profiled [8-10] and linalool and methyl anthranilate (in addition to a few other compounds) are identified as the potent odorants [8].
The chemical responsible for the aroma -- methyl anthranilate -- is also found in such fragrant flowers as black locust, tuberose, orange and, yes, jasmine.
For Greg La Follette and other Pinot Noir producers, higher concentrations of four esters (ethyl anthranilate, ethyl cinnamate, 2,3-dihydro cinnamate and methyl anthranilate) can enhance the variety's characteristic blackberry, black currant, cherry, plum, raspberry and strawberry flavors.
Bird-B-Gone Mist distributes methyl anthranilate, a non-toxic grape extract proven to be effective in repelling pest birds.
Bird-B-Gone Mist uses the grape extract methyl anthranilate to deter birds from large open spaces and to force them to take flight from the treated area.
The unit distributes methyl anthranilate, a grape extract proven to be effective in repelling pest birds.
Identified chemicals were ethanol, ethyl propionate, ethyl butyrate, ethyl 2-methylbutyrate, ethyl decanoate, ethyl dodecanoate, D-limonene, sorbic acid, benzoic acid, methyl anthranilate, and dimethyl anthranilate.
In 1990, Pellmyr and his colleagues reported that fritillary butterflies seek the scent of only one form, probably because of its irresistible methyl anthranilate and isoeugenol.
For example, methyl anthranilate is one of two new bird repellents to become commercially available in the United States during the past 25 years.