terpineol


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ter·pin·e·ol

(ter-pin'ē-ol),
An unsaturated alcoholic terpene obtained by heating terpin hydrate with diluted phosphoric acid; an active antiseptic and a perfume.

terpineol

(tər-pĭn′ē-ôl′, -ōl′, -ŏl′)
n.
Any of three isomeric alcohols, C10H17OH, occurring naturally in the essential oils of certain plants and used as solvents in perfumes, soaps, and medicine.
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This is followed by [beta]-pinene oxide at 22%, [alpha]-pinene at 7.5%, and terpineol at 4% as well as terpinyl acetate and bergamotene that accounted for about 2 and 1%, respectively, with all the 26 remaining compounds, each with less than a percentage point collectively taking the remaining 6.5%.
Batista-Lima et al., "[alpha]- Terpineol induces gastric retention of liquids by inhibiting Vagal parasympathetic pathways in rats," Planta Medica, vol.
Terpineol, its stereoisomers, and its sodium salt each have a different CID in PubChem but share common synonyms.
Effects of terpineol on the compound action potential of the rat sciatic nerve.
terpinolene, terpineol and terpineolene (Naigre et al.
By gas chromatography--mass spectrometry analysis, it was determined that the major components of the oil were [alpha]-pinene (0.52 to 1.02 mg [g.sup.-1]), [beta]-pinene (0.04 to 0.67 mg [g.sup.-1]), limonene (0.00 to 0.06 mg [g.sup.-1]), terpineol (0.01 to 0.18 mg [g.sup.-1]), and (-)-caryophyllene (0.02 to 0.52 mg [g.sup.-1]), with quantities depending on sampling dates.
Essential oils components, such as terpineol [38], estragole [39], 1,8-cineole [40], and linalool [22], have been reported to produce effects on the CNS [41] at similar concentration ranges and in similar experimental models to those used in this study.
NiO paste was produced by mixing slurry of 15 g NiO nanopowder in ethanol with 50 mL 10 wt% ethanolic ethyl cellulose solution and 100 mL terpineol and then ethanol was slowly removed by using rotary evaporation [8].
Terpineol and terpenic alcohol also contribute to the diruretic properties of juniper oil.
peppers Anti-inflammatory, Anti-carcinogenic Terpenoids Lovage, Sage, Anti-septic, (Terpineol, Thyme Anti-inflammatory Carvacrol, Th ol) Flavonoids: Flavones Onion, Garlic, Anti-inflammatory (Apigenin, Luteolin), Celery, Antioxidant Flavonols (Quercetin, Parsley, Anti-carcinogenic Kaem ferol) Berries Stilbenes Grapes Anti-oxidant, Anti-aging Resveratrol [omega]--3 fatty Fish Cholesterol-lowering acids, Taurine Cardiovascular and Nervous system regulators, Anti-carcinogenic Coenzyme Q10, Meat (pork, Cardiovascular regulator Creatine beef, lamb) Anti-carcinogenic Muscular enhancement Lactoferrin Milk Anti-septic (antiviral, antifungal antibacterial
Potential of Zimtaldehyde, 4-allyl-anisol, linalool, terpineol and other phytochemicals for the control of confused flour beetle (Tribolium confusum J.