citral


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cit·ral

(sit'răl),
A monoterpene aldehyde consisting of both geometric isomers found in oils from lemon, orange, verbena, and lemon grass; citral-A is the trans-isomer and citral-B is the cis-isomer (neral).
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At low concentrations, citral was the most liked and methyl cinnamate was the least liked among the young adults.
After the successful start-up of the new facilities, we will fill our global supply chain beginning with citral and its precursors in a phased approach, continued Saori Dubourg.
Fluor Corporation (NYSE:FLR) disclosed on Wednesday the mechanical completion on a citral facility and associated infrastructure for BASF PETRONAS Chemicals in Kuantan, Malaysia, a joint venture between BASF and PETRONAS Chemicals Group.
The compounds citral and myrcene were identified through gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (Shimadzu GCMS QP2010 plus), using a DB-5 chromatographic column.
Los componentes activos principales de su aceite son el geraniol y nerol (a y a citral respectivamente) que representan entre el 70-85% de la composicion (Inga & Giovanna 2012).
Citral, a component of lemongrass oil inhibits the clastogenic effect of nickel chloride in mouse micronucleus test system.
Chemical constituents of ginger classified to volatile oils (including borneol, camphene, citral, eucalyptol, linalool, phenllandrene, zingiberine and zingiberolpenols (gingerol, zingerone and shogaol) and resin) which constitutes (1-3%) mainly of zingeberene nonvolatile pungent compounds oleo-resin constitutes (4-7.
Therefore, the objective of the present study was to evaluate the effects of 11 ACEO (eugenol, carvacrol, citral, limonene, 1,4-cineole, p-cymene, linalool, bornyl acetate, [alpha]-pinene, and [beta]-pinene) on rumen fermentation and methane production.
Relaxant effect of essential oil of Melissa officinalis and citral on rat ileum contractions.