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ge·ra·ni·al

 (jə-rā′nē-əl)
n.
An oily liquid aldehyde, C10H16O, having a strong lemon odor, that is the major constituent of naturally derived citral, used in perfumes and flavorings.

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geranial

(dʒɪˈreɪnɪəl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) the cis- isomer of citral
[C19: from gerani(um) + al(dehyde)]
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In general, the five most abundant volatile compounds (in a decreasing order) in the juices of these three citrus fruits were limonene (mean of 47.1%), linalool (21.1%), [beta]-pinene (4.7%), linalyl acetate (4.6%), and geranial (4.0%) (Table 4).
Ninety-three percent of EO composition was identified and the major constituents (> 1.5%) were: geranial or acitral (45.7%), neral or [beta]-citral (32.1%), Z-verbenol (2.4%), citronellol (2.0%), Z-geraniol (2.0%) and caryophyllene (1.7%).
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The active principle proposed to be responsible for antifungal activity of Cymbopogon citratus is Geranial, Neral, and Limonene.18 Cym-0bopogon citratus has also shown to inhibit adhesions of Candida albicans in human buccal epithelielial cells in vitro.19
citriodora from Portugal were geranial (26.80% to 38.30%), neral (20.80% to 29.60%), and limonene (5.70% to 20.60%) [13].
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