nerol


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Related to nerol: geraniol, Neroli, linalool

nerol

[′ne‚rȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C10H17OH Colorless liquid with rose-neroli odor; derived from geraniol (a trans isomer); used in perfumery.
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Tujene, [gamma]-terpinene, nerol and myrtenol showed antibacterial activity against all bacterial strains tested in the microdilution method, MIC at 0.
Moreover, other components such as pinene, sabinene, limonene, artemisia ketone, a-linalool, E-sabinol, borneol, a-terpineol, nerol, a-cubebene, a- terpinyl acetate, a-isocomene, bicyclogermacrene, spathulenol, chamazulene, guaiazulene may also contribute
2] SC se lograron identificar 34 compuestos (tabla 1), principalmente aldehidos y alcoholes terpenicos, tales como: citronelal, citral, linalol, borneol, a-terpineol, nerol, ladol, a-bisabolol y longipinocarveol.
Compuestos como monoterpenos, rosefurano, nerol, neral, geraniol, entre otros, aun estan presentes y han sido reportados en el acaro, Histiogaster rotundus Woodring (Acari: Acaridae) (LAPOINTE et al.
Los componentes tenidos en cuenta para la simulacion comprenden los provenientes de la materia prima e insumos: limoneno, mirceno, [alfa]-pineno, [beta]-pineno, [gamma]-terpinoleno, octanal, decanal, nerol, geraniol, agua, acido galacturonico, etanol, acido citrico, cenizas, proteinas.
152 0,6 7 29,21 Nerol + Citronelol 1,5 8 29,81 Neral 34,9 9 30,11 Geraniol 10,1 10 30,87 Geranial 41,8 11 31,31 M+ 186 0,7 12 31,51 M+ 186 0,7 13 34,85 Acetato de geranilo 1,5 14 36,88 trans- Cariofileno 0,2 15 37,12 Cis-a-Bergamotero 0,1 16 38,99 2-Tridecanona 0,2 17 43,19 neo-intermedol 0,9 18 43,98 a-Cadinol 0,2 19 44,37 Intermedeol 0,2 20 53,75 [M.
nErol Riza is the Director of Euromed Corporate Advisors and rormer Managing Director of DEPFA Investment Bank Limited in Nicosia
Los petalos contienen: Aceite esencial (0,01-0,04%): geraniol, citronelol, linalol, eugenol y nerol.
Oruro Loren" was done in by an organic compound, possibly nerol.
Examples of esters include ethyl acetate (the most simple ester, extremely common in fruit flavors), or other esters such as amyl acetate, linalool acetate, geraniol and nerol acetates.