Anethol


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An´e`thol


n.1.(Chem.) A substance obtained from the volatile oils of anise, fennel, etc., in the form of soft shining scales; - called also anise camphor.
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Anethol, the 4th odorant, showed clear olfactory neural activation and attraction in some scarab beetles (Hansson et al.
2006), who conducted in vitro studies, reported that addition of anethol (3,000 mg/L), carvacrol and carvone (300 mg/L) had no effect on N[H.
2mg Camphene 15mg Borneol 10mg Anethol 4mg Fenchone 4 mg Cineol 3mg Olive oil 33 mg.