phenylacetaldehyde

phenylacetaldehyde

[′fen·əl‚as·ə′täl·də‚hīd]
(organic chemistry)
C8H8O A colorless liquid with a boiling point of 193-194°C; soluble in ether and fixed oils; used in perfumes and flavoring. Also known as α-toluic aldehyde.
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AEDA found that acetaldehyde, 2-methylpropanal, 2-methylbutanal, 3-methylbutanal, acetic, butanoic, hexanoic, octanoic, and decanoic acids, ethyl butanoate, ethyl hexanoate, dimethyl trisulfide, methional and phenylacetaldehyde had high FD values.
ALDH inhibition causes the accumulation of 3,4-dihydroxy phenylacetaldehyde (DOPAL) in DA neurons, which is toxic (Burke et al.
Phenylacetaldehyde is an aromatic compound also found in Fagopyrum esculentum Moench (Polygonaceae) (Janes, Kantar, Kreft, & Prosen, 2009) and several species of flowers (Robert & Meagher, 2002).
Found amid nerve cells that spur reproductive activity in fruit flies, the protein is primarily stimulated by two aromas, phenylacetic acid and phenylacetaldehyde.
Opdyke (1976) reported that three aldehydes (cinnamic aldehyde, phenylacetaldehyde and citral) were shown to be sensitizers in a human maximization test; however, essential oils that contain significant amounts of each material did not induce sensitization [25].
Based on trap counts of captured alfalfa looper moths in corn, alfalfa, and potato fields, the most attractive blend proved to be a combination of two compounds: phenylacetaldehyde and beta myrcene.
On the other hand, phenylacetaldehyde and 2-phenylethanol were in significantly higher concentrations in bread fermented with other yeasts.
In early 2015, love bug (Plecia nearctica Hardy; Diptera: Bibionidae) traps in turf fields in southern Florida baited with phenylacetaldehyde captured silk flies (R.
In our study, none of the trichoid sensilla had ORNs that were responsive to benzaldehye and phenylacetaldehyde, although these compounds showed strong EAG responses (Dai et al.
For example, the addition of phenylacetaldehyde (a general floral odor compound) to traps significantly increased catch of Lygus rugulipennis Poppius and Adelphocoris lineolatus (Goeze) (Hemiptera: Miridae) compared with unbaited traps (Koczor et al.
Although a sex pheromone has not been discovered, we previously reported that the floral compound phenylacetaldehyde (PAA) and yellow or white colors (Arthurs et al.