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Floral volatiles of Prunus avium

Order:  Rosales
Family:  Rosaceae
Genus:  Prunus
Author:  Linnaeus
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Bedoukain


Volatile(s):

Baraldi R  1999 
 
        1,1-diethoxyethane 
        10Ald 
        10Hy 
        11Hy 
        1-ethyl 3me-benzene 
        1-ethyl-4me-benzene 
        2-ethyl-6OH 
        2-ethylfuran 
        2me2me4me-5Hy 
        2me-3OH 
        2me-4Ald 
        2me-5Hy 
        2-phenylethanol 
        3-2Kt 
        3me-4OH 
        3me-5Hy 
        3me7me-1,3,7-8Hy 
        3me-furan 
        3OH 
        4-2Kt 
        4Ald 
        4OH 
        5-3Kt 
        5Ald 
        5Hy 
        6Ald 
        6OH 
        7-2Kt 
        7-3Kt 
        7Ald 
        7Hy 
        8Ald 
        8Hy 
        8OH 
        9Ald 
        9Hy 
        acetic acid 
        alpha-methylstyrene 
        alpha-pinene 
        alpha-terpinolene 
        benzaldehyde 
        benzene 
        benzothiazole 
        beta-pinene 
        butan-2-ol 
        camphene 
        camphor 
        caproic acid 
        caprylic acid 
        crotonaldehyde 
        cyclohexane 
        cyclohexene isothiocyanate 
        delta1-6Hy 
        delta1-7Hy 
        delta1-8Hy 
        delta3-6Ac 
        diethoxymethane 
        ethyl acetate 
        ethylbenzene 
        ethylcyclobutane 
        furfural 
        gamma-terpinene 
        hexane 
        isoprene 
        isovaleraldehyde 
        limonene 
        linalool 
        mesitylene 
        methyl salicylate 
        methylcyclohexane 
        methylpropanal 
        m-xylene 
        myrcene 
        o-xylene 
        perchloroethene 
        phenylmethanol 
        pseudocumene 
        p-xylene 
        styrene 
        sulcatone 
        thiophene 
        toluene 
 
Reference(s):

Baraldi, R., Rapparini, F. Rossi, F., Latella, A., and Ciccioli, P. 1999. Volatile organic compound emission from flowers of the most occurring and economically important species of fruit trees. Phys. Chem. Earth 24:729-732.
 
 
Citation: El-Sayed AM 2014. The Pherobase: Database of Insect Pheromones and Semiochemicals. <http://www.pherobase.com>.
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