and only trace amounts of pinenes (and monoterpenes
in general) were detectable from lychee wood, a substrate highly attractive to X.
Cyclization enzymes in the biosynthesis of monoterpenes
, sesquiterpenes, and diterpenes.
amp; Perry (Myrtaceae), whose major compounds are the monoterpenes
(1,8-cineol, timol and eugenol), presenting [LCs.
25) the action mechanism of monoterpenes
involves mainly toxic effects on the structure and function of the cell membrane.
and sesquiterpene emissions of three Mediterranean species through calcareous and siliceous soils in natural conditions.
irritate mucous membranes, affecting the eyes and the respiratory system (Hedenstierna et al.
roseum Willd of family Geraniaceae is the only source of one of the most important essential monoterpene
oil(s) called the oil of geranium.
viscidum, which showed the minor toxic bioactivity in the first 24 h, did not exhibit the monoterpenes
[alpha]-pinene, limonene, and [delta]-elemene.
Cobalt catalyzed autoxidation of monoterpenes
in acetic acid and acetonitrile solutions.
Lemongrass oil is characterized for monoterpenes
compounds, and citral is the major component, present at levels of, approximately, 65-85%.
The essential oil consisted mainly of oxygenated monoterpenes
(75%) and monoterpenes
The typical constituents of valerian roots are found to be valeric and isovaleric acid, monoterpenes
([alpha]-pinene, [alpha]-fenchene, camphene), monoterpenic esters (bornyl acetate, myrtenyl acetate, myrtenyl isovaleriate), oxygen containing sesquiterpenes, and valerian cyclopentanoid sesquiterpenes such as valerenal, valerenone, valerenol, valerenyl acetate, valerenic acid, and valerenyl isovalerate.