citral


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Related to citral: geraniol, citronellol

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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The Global Citral Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Citral industry.
citratus), apesar de possuir em sua composicao a substancia citral, relacionada com a acao calmante, e desta ser liberada pelas abelhas operarias como feromonio de comunicacao pelas glandulas de Nasanoff, nao apresentou reducao no NFB (Tabela 1), estando de acordo com os resultados encontrados por Funari et al.
The investment, which will result in the creation of 35 jobs, is viewed by BASF as another important addition to its citral value chain.
A number of effective combinations have been developed as general biocides, such as nisin and garlic or phenolic compounds (Adams 2003), sorbates with vanillin or citral (Alzamora and Guerrero 2003), chitosan with an antagonistic yeast (El-Ghaouth et al.
RETINOIDS AND CITRAL MODULATED CELL VIABILITY, METABOLIC STABILITY, CELL CYCLE PROGRESSION AND DISTRIBUTION IN THE A549 LUNG CARCINOMA CELL LINE 26.
Nas suas folhas esta o oleo essencial, que contem em maior quantidade sustancias do grupo dos monoterpenos: Citral 65-86%, que e formado por uma mistura de geranial ([alpha]-citral) e neral ([beta]-citral), contendo ainda cintronelal (7-8%) (CRAVEIRO et al.
They cover the botany of the genus, the chemistry and biogenesis of the essential oil, harvest and post-harvest management, current and possible biotechnological studies, the trade in commercially important Cymbopogon oils, in-vitro antimicrobial and antioxidant activities of some species, thrombolysis-accelerating activity of the essential oils, analytical methods for the oils, and the toxicology and legislation of citral from lemongrass and other natural sources.
For fresh seafood, which typically has a shelf life of just three days, citral and linalool were seen to reduce the microflora on the gills, skin and intestines of carp when stored at 20 C for 48 hours.
Top scores for compounds like oregano's carvacrol, citral from lemongrass, and cinnamaldehyde from cinnamon earned them a place in the subsequent tests of apple-puree films.
Other characteristic compounds of citrus fruits, such as myrcene, alpha-pinene, linalool, perilla aldehyde, citral, ethyl butyrate and alpha-terpineol, were also detected in Pontianak oranges at various concentrations.
The citrosa plants produce two compounds, citronella and citral, which are claimed to have mosquito repellent properties.
25g/L familiar Set 2 -- More Citral (Dragoco) Lemon (LN) 0.