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Floral volatiles of Nicotiana suaveolens

Order:  Solanales
Family:  Solanaceae
Genus:  Nicotiana
Author:  Lehmann
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Bedoukain


Volatile(s):

Kaiser R  1995 
 
        2me-butyraldoxime-me-ether 
        3me-butyraldoxime-me-ether 
 
Loughrin JH  1991 
 
        benzaldehyde 
        beta-caryophyllene 
        eucalyptol 
        limonene 
        methyl benzoate 
        methyl salicylate 
        myrcene 
        phenylmethanol 
        sabinene 
 
Loughrin JH  1993 
 
        2-phenylethanol 
        alpha-terpineol 
        benzaldehyde 
        benzyl 2-hydroxybenzoate 
        benzyl acetate 
        benzyl benzoate 
        beta-caryophyllene 
        cinnamyl alcohol 
        E,E-alpha-farnesene 
        E-beta-farnesene 
        E-cinnamaldehyde 
        E-cinnamyl acetate 
        eucalyptol 
        hydrocinnamylalcohol 
        limonene 
        methyl benzoate 
        methyl salicylate 
        myrcene 
        phenylmethanol 
        sabinene 
        Z3-hexenyl benzoate 
 
Loughrin JH  1990 
 
        2-phenylethanol 
        3me-5OH 
        4me-5OH 
        4me-6OH 
        6OH 
        alpha-caryophyllene 
        alpha-terpineol 
        alpha-thujene 
        benzaldehyde 
        benzyl 3me-butanoate 
        benzyl acetate 
        benzyl pentanoate 
        beta-caryophyllene 
        beta-gurjunene 
        beta-pinene 
        caryophyllene oxide 
        cembrene A 
        cis-jasmone 
        E-beta-farnesene 
        eucalyptol 
        eugenol 
        hexan-2-ol 
        isooctanol 
        limonene 
        linalool 
        me-3me-pentanoate 
        methyl benzoate 
        methyl salicylate 
        myrcene 
        phenylmethanol 
        sabinene 
        trans-beta-ocimene 
        trans-nerolidol 
        Z3-6Ac 
        Z3-6OH 
 
Kaiser R  2000 
 
        2me-butyraldoxime-me-ether 
        2R5R-chalcogran 
        2S5R-chalcogran 
        3,4-epo-3me7me-1,6-8Hy 
        3,5-dimethoxytoluene 
        3me-butyraldoxime-me-ether 
        6me10me-E5,9-tridecadien-2-ol 
        beta-phellandrene 
        cis-beta-ocimene 
        cis-jasmone 
        E1,3,7-4me8me-9Hy 
        E-conophthorin 
        E-ocimene oxide 
        geranyl acetone 
        limonene 
        methyl anthranilate 
        methyl benzoate 
        p-anisaldehyde 
        trans-beta-ocimene 
        Z3-9OH 
        Z3Z6-9OH 
        Z6-9OH 
        Z-conophthorin 
 
Raguso RA  2003 
 
        1H-indole 
        2-phenylethanol 
        alpha-caryophyllene 
        alpha-pinene 
        alpha-terpineol 
        benzaldehyde 
        benzyl 2-hydroxybenzoate 
        benzyl 3me-butanoate 
        benzyl benzoate 
        benzyl pentanoate 
        beta-caryophyllene 
        beta-pinene 
        cinnamaldehyde 
        cinnamyl alcohol 
        E,E-alpha-farnesene 
        E-beta-farnesene 
        E-cinnamyl acetate 
        E-methyl cinnamate 
        eucalyptol 
        hydrocinnamylalcohol 
        limonene 
        methyl anthranilate 
        methyl benzoate 
        methyl nicotinate 
        methyl salicylate 
        myrcene 
        nicotine 
        pentyl benzoate 
        phenethyl acetate 
        phenylmethanol 
        sabinene 
        salicylaldehyde 
        trans-beta-ocimene 
        Z3-6Ac 
        Z3-6OH 
        Z3-hexenyl benzoate 
 
Reference(s):

Kaiser, R. 1995. New and uncommon volatile compounds in floral scents. Pp. 135–168 in K. H. C. Baser (ed.), Flavours, fragrances and essential oils. Proc. 13th Int. Congr. Flavours, Fragrances and Essential Oils, Istanbul, Turkey, 15–19 Oct 1995, vol. 2.
 
Kaiser, R. 2000. Scents from rain forests. Chimia 54:346-363.
 
Loughrin, J.H., Hamilton-Kemp, T.R., Andersen, R.A., and Hildebrand, D.F. 1990. Headspace compounds from flowers of Nicotiana tabacum and related species. J. Agric. Food Chem. 38:455-460.
 
Loughrin, J.H., Hamilton-Kemp, T.R., Andersen, R.A., and Hildebrand, D.F. 1991. Circadian rhythm of volatile emission from flowers of Nicotiana sylvestris and N. suaveolens. Physiol. Pl. 83:492-496.
 
Loughrin, J.H., Hamilton-Kemp, T.R., Burton, H.R., and Andersen, R.A. 1993. Effect of diurnal sampling on the headspace composition of detached Nicotiana suaveolens flowers. Phytochem. 32:1417-1419.
 
Raguso, R.A., Levin, R.A., Foose, S.E., Holmberg, M.W.,and McDade, L.A. 2003. Fragrance chemistry, nocturnal rhythms and pollination ‘‘syndromes’’ in Nicotiana. Phytochem. 63:265-284.
 
 
Citation: El-Sayed AM 2014. The Pherobase: Database of Insect Pheromones and Semiochemicals. <http://www.pherobase.com>.
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