eucalyptol

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eucalyptol

 [u″kah-lip´tol]
a colorless liquid obtained from eucalyptus oil and other sources; used as an expectorant, flavoring agent, and local anesthetic.

cin·e·ole

, cineol (sin'ē-ōl, -ol),
A stimulant expectorant obtained from the volatile oil of Eucalyptus globulus and other species of Eucalyptus.

eucalyptol

/eu·ca·lyp·tol/ (u″kah-lip´tol) the chief constituent of eucalyptus oil, also obtained from other oils, and used as a flavoring agent, expectorant, and local anesthetic.

eucalyptol

(yo͞o′kə-lĭp′tôl′, -tōl′, -tŏl′) also

eucalyptole

(-tōl′)
n.
A colorless oily liquid, C10H18O, derived from eucalyptus and used in pharmaceuticals, flavoring, and perfumery. Also called cineole.

eucalyptol

[yo̅o̅′kəlip′tol]
a substance with an aromatic odor obtained from the volatile oil of Eucalyptus and used in nasal emollients. Also called cajeputol.

eucalyptol

a colorless liquid obtained from eucalyptus oil and other sources; used as an expectorant, flavoring agent and local anesthetic. Called also cineole.
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absinthium, entre los que se cuentan: (a) (Z)-6,7-epoxiocimeno, (b) acetato de sabinilo, (c) [beta]-tuyona, (d) butanoato de nerilo, (e) 1,8-cineol, (f) [beta]-tuyona/(Z)-6,7-epoxicimeno, (g) [beta]-tuyona/acetato de sabinilo, (h) (Z)-6,7-epoxicimeno/acetato de crisantenilo/acetato de sabinilo, (i) sabineno/mirceno, (j) mirceno/acetato de crisantenilo, (k) campfor/chamazuleno, (l) chamazuleno [19].
Los otros compuestos biogenicos presentes en la botella de calibracion de COVB (3-careno, 1,8-cineol, y limoneno) se observan (en un 100 %) en el pico del o-cimeno.
guajava cultivada en Brasil, cuyos componentes mayoritarios fueron a-pineno (23,9%), 1,8-cineol (21,4%) y b-bisabolol (9,2%) (da Silva et al.
Indice Compuesto Cantidad relativa (%) pico Kovats Estadio I 1 1031 1,8-Cineol ND 2 1340 [delta]-Elemeno 0.
2004), 1,8-cineol in moths and euglossine bees (Schiestl & Roubik 2003, Raguso & Light 1998), linalool in bees and butterflies (Andersson et al.
lusitanicus alcanfor, 1,8-cineol y linalol (poblaciones espanolas) y linalol, acetato de geranilo y geraniol (poblaciones portuguesas), y la subsp.
satureioides en otros paises, se observan diferencias relacionadas con los componentes mayoritarios y los tipos de constituyentes, tal es el caso de Argentina en donde los principales compuestos fueron los monoterpenos [alfa]-pineno, [beta]-pineno, limoneno, p-cimeno, 1,8-cineol [36,41,42]; en Brasil los monoterpenos [alfa]-pineno, [beta]-pineno, 1,8-cineol, cis-[beta]-ocimeno, trans-[beta]-ocimeno [39]; Paraguay los sesquiterpenos [beta]-cariofileno, epoxido de cariofileno, germacreno D [44].
Studies characterizing the essential oil derived from guava leaves have shown the presence of 1,8-cineol, d-limonene, and a-pinene, important compounds with potential use as an insecticide (LIMA et al.
The objective of this paper was to test terpenoids known for their repellency or toxicity to insects, such as Eugenol 99% (Across Organics, Mexico), 1,8-Cineol 99% and Menthol 99% (Sigma Aldrich, Mexico) as an alternative to prevent crawlers from establishing on non-infested cladodes under shade house conditions.
According to GLC--MS analysis 1,8-cineol is the main component of the complex essential oil distillate followed by menthol and menthone.