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Floral volatiles of Jasminum sambac

Order:  Lamiales
Family:  Oleaceae
Genus:  Jasminum
Author:  Linnaeus
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Bedoukain


Volatile(s):

Zhu LF  1984 
 
        1H-indole 
        1-phenyl-4-2-Kt 
        2me2me3me4me-5Hy 
        2me-6Hy 
        3me-7Hy 
        3-methylcyclopentene 
        4Ac 
        6me-7-2Kt 
        7Hy 
        alpha-caryophyllene 
        benzaldehyde 
        benzyl acetate 
        beta-caryophyllene 
        beta-pinene 
        cyclohexyl benzoate 
        cyclohexyl formate 
        delta1-6OH 
        delta3-6Ac 
        delta5-2me6me-7Ald 
        E,E-farnesol 
        E3-hexenyl butyrate 
        E-beta-farnesene 
        ethyl acetate 
        gamma-cadinene 
        limonene 
        linalool 
        methyl anthranilate 
        methyl benzoate 
        methyl salicylate 
        sulcatone 
        trans-beta-ocimene 
        trans-linalool oxide 
 
Bu X  1987 
 
        1H-indole 
        1-methoxy-3-methylene-5-2Kt 
        2me2me6me-6-ethenyltetrahydropyran 
        2me-3-buten-2-ol 
        2me-3OH 
        2me-delta2-4OH 
        2-methoxybutane 
        3me-4OH 
        3me-delta3-4OH 
        4-2Kt 
        4Ac 
        4OH 
        5-2Kt 
        5-3Kt 
        alpha-terpineol 
        benzaldehyde 
        cis-linalool oxide 
        delta1-penten-3-ol 
        ethyl acetate 
        ethyl benzoate 
        geraniol 
        lavender lactone 
        linalool 
        me-2me-butanoate 
        me-3-hexenoate 
        me-E2-butenoate 
        methyl acetate 
        methyl anthranilate 
        methyl benzoate 
        methyl salicylate 
        methyleneethanamine 
        nerol 
        phenylmethanol 
        pyranoid linalool oxide 
        sulcatone 
        terpinen-4-ol 
        trans-linalool oxide 
        Z3-6Ac 
        Z3-6OH 
        Z3-hexenyl butyrate 
 
Kaiser R  1988 
 
        1H-indole 
        1me-6-ethyl-2,7,8-trioxabicyclooctane 
        alpha-cadinol 
        benzyl acetate 
        benzyl benzoate 
        bicyclogermacrene 
        cis-jasmone 
        E,E-alpha-farnesene 
        E-2-ethyl-3-acetoxy-tetrahydrofuran 
        E-2-ethyl-3-benzoyloxo-tetrahydrofuran 
        E-phytol 
        eugenol 
        geranyl linalool 
        germacrene D 
        hexenyl benzoate 
        isophytol 
        linalool 
        methyl anthranilate 
        methyl cis-jasmonate 
        p-cresol 
        phenylmethanol 
        t-muurolol 
        Z-3,4-epo-6Ac 
        Z-3,4-epo-hexyl benzoate 
        Z3-6OH 
 
Joulain D  1987 
 
        1,3,5-trimethoxybenzene 
        1-phenyl-1-hydroxy-3-2Kt 
        1-phenyl-4-2Kt3Kt 
        2-phenylacetaldehyde 
        4-E1-propenyl-phenol 
        4-Z1-propenyl-phenol 
        hydroxylinalool 
        linalool 
        me-2-methoxybenzoate 
        veratrole 
 
Reference(s):

Bu, X., Huang, A., and Sun, Y. 1987. Analysis of headspace volatile constituents jasmine (Jasminum sambac (L.) Aiton) flower. Acta Sci. Nat. Univ. Pekin. 6:53-60.
 
Joulain, D. 1987. The composition of the headspace from fragrant flowers: further results. Flav. Fragr. J. 2:149-155.
 
Kaiser, R. 1988. New volatile constituents of Jasminum sambac (L.) Aiton. Pp. 669684 in B. M. Lawrence, B. D. Mookherjee & B. J. Willis (eds.), Flavors and fragrances: a world perspective. Proc. 10th Int. Congr. Essential Oils. Elsevier Sci. Publ., Amsterdam.
 
Zhu, L.-F., Lu, B.-Y., and Luo, Y.-J. 1984. A preliminary study on the chemical constituents of headspace of Jasminium sambac (L.) Ait. Acta Bot. Sin. 26:189-194.
 
 
Citation: El-Sayed AM 2014. The Pherobase: Database of Insect Pheromones and Semiochemicals. <http://www.pherobase.com>.
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