citronellal


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cit·ro·nel·lal

 (sĭt′rə-nĕl′ăl′)
n.
A colorless fragrant liquid, C10H18O, obtained from citronella and certain other essential oils or produced synthetically and used in making perfumes, flavorings, and insect repellants.

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citronellal

(ˌsɪtrəˈnɛlæl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a colourless slightly water-soluble liquid with a lemon-like odour, a terpene aldehyde found esp in citronella and certain eucalyptus oils: used as a flavouring and in soaps and perfumes. Formula: (CH3)2C:CH(CH2)2CH(CH3)CH2CHO. Also called: rhodinal
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cit•ron•el•lal

(ˌsɪ trəˈnɛl æl, -əl)

n.
a colorless liquid mixture of aldehydes, C10H18O, used chiefly in flavorings and in perfumery.
[1890–95]
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The oil is primarily used as a source in production of perfumery chemicals such as citronellal and citronellol.
The main components of the oils were citronellal (35.47%; RI = 1154), geraniol (21.83%; RI = 1256), and citronellol (10.94%; RI = 1229) in C.
While Cymbopogon winterianus presents 38% citronellal, 12% citronellol and 22% geraniol.
Smell training consisted of twice-daily exposure to four intense odors (phenylethyl alcohol, eucalyptol, citronellal, and eugenol).
The citronellal, [beta]-elemene, [alpha]-terpineol, Isogeraniol and lavandulol compounds were more abundant and in higher concentration in asymptomatic Persian lime tree shoots (Fig.
Hameed, "Insights into the intracellular mechanisms of citronellal in Candida Albicans: Implications for reactive oxygen species-mediated necrosis, mitochondrial dysfunction, and DNA damage," Journal of the Brazilian Society of Tropical Medicine, vol.
Regarding the peel of the SoLi, its profile was controlled by high levels of linalyl acetate, hexyl acetate, and [alpha]-terpinene, while that of SwLi was related to the contents of hexyl acetate and [alpha]-terpinene; finally, SwLe peel had contents of [alpha]-terpinene, [alpha]-pinene, citronellal, and [alpha]-terpiolene, plus high green notes
(a) Serial Peak RT Peak Compound number (min) area (%) detected Major group 1 4.472 0.94 Pentanone, Synthetic 4-hydroxy-4-methyl intermediate 2 11.561 2.11 1,2,4- Aromatic Trimethylbenzene hydrocarbon 3 21.586 10.11 Citronellal Monoterpenoid 4 31.599 2.26 Citronellol Aromatic isobutanoate ether 5 32.338 3.87 2-Pyridinethione Organic sulfur compound 6 55.638 16.36 Hexadecanoic Aliphatic acid acids 7 57.858 1.52 Thio sulfuric Sulfur acid oxoacid 8 61.176 19.17 9,12-Octadecadienoic Essential acid fatty acids 9 61.714 4.69 Benzenemethanol< Phenolic 4-hydroxy- > alcohols Ipsdienol 10 65.348 19.37 Hexalactone Cyclic <gamma-> esters Decalactone <gamma-> 11 67.053 1.10 No matches -- found 12 41.47 0.31 Unknown -- (a) Serial number CAS number Mol.
Santos, "Fumigant antifungal activity of Corymbia citriodora and Cymbopogon nardus essential oils and citronellal against three fungal species," The Scientific World Journal, vol.
Ten compounds were identified, being the citronellal (68.20%) the major compound.
Essential oils containing citral, geraniol and citronellal were reported to have the best inhibiting effect on fungal growth in vitro (5).