pinene


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pinene

the principal component of turpentine oil.
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Pinene is a naturally derived organic compound known as a terpene, and the paper industry generates a bunch of it as a waste product.
By inserting enzymes from trees into the bacterium, first author and Georgia Tech graduate student Stephen Sarria, working under the guidance of assistant professor Pamela Peralta-Yahya, boosted pinene production six-fold over earlier bioengineering efforts.
Bioconversion of alpha pinene to verbenone by resting cells of Aspergillus niger.
But pinene is still flammable and both limonene and pinene have rather high boiling points that limit the rate at which they can be removed or evaporated from products.
Emissions from these devices, such as pinene and limonene, were studied in reaction to ozone gas.
which has 1,8 Cineole, camphor, alpha pinene and rosemarinic acid;
In addition, Lindgren funnel traps baited with the host volatile, alpha pinene, were placed in counties adjacent to counties regulated for the introduced and federally regulated species pine shoot beetle [Tomnicus piniperda (L.
The seeds contain volatile oils including camphor and pinene.
Moreover, pinene reacts with ozone to form pinol, which combines with water to form a hydrate that has a melting point higher than the boiling point of water.
Controls included blank runs of solvent, samples without the geraniol standard, and standards of some known floral volatiles, including alpha and beta pinene, limonene, cineole and geraniol.