terpineol


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ter·pin·e·ol

 (tər-pĭn′ē-ôl′, -ōl′, -ŏl′)
n.
Any of three isomeric alcohols, C10H17OH, occurring naturally in the essential oils of certain plants and used as solvents in perfumes, soaps, and medicine.

terpineol

(tɜːˈpɪnɪˌɒl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a terpene alcohol with an odour of lilac, present in several essential oils. A mixture of the isomers is used as a solvent and in flavourings and perfumes. Formula: C10H17OH
[C20: from terpene + -ine2 + -ol1]

ter•pin•e•ol

(tɜrˈpɪn iˌɔl, -ˌɒl)

n.
any of several unsaturated tertiary alcohols having the formula C10H18O: used chiefly in the manufacture of perfumes.
[1840–50; terpine (terp- (see terpene) + -ine2) + -ol2]
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Se ha reportado que el AE de esta especie contiene una fraccion oxigenada como componente mayoritario, la cual es rica en safrol, b-linalol, cineol y acetato de terpineol, asi como una fraccion hidrocarbonada rica en sesquiterpenos (Blanco et al.
the generic name Terpineol can refer to various stereoisomers or salts of the parent compound, 2-(4-methylcyclohex-3-en-1-yl)propan-2-ol].
Compuestos toxicos: En las hojas hay lantaeno A y B, icterogonina, sesquiterpenos, cariofileno, felandreno, terpineol, geraniol, linalol, cinelo, eugenol, latinos y resinas.
The dried particles were collected and mixed with terpineol using an agate mortar in order to obtain a smooth and homogenous printing ink.
Terpineol and terpenic alcohol also contribute to the diruretic properties of juniper oil.
In dairy products, taste panels found that only orange, lemon and grapefruit were acceptable for use in milk, but terpineol was seen to be the most effective against S.
The oils of several other Melaleuca spp notably quinquinervia (nerolidol, linalool and 1,8-cineole chemotypes) and ericifolia are also strongly bactericidal(20) and may find uses in the future whereas the oil of Melaleuca cajuputi (cajuput oil) containing 50-70% 1,8 cineol and 30% terpineol is known for its antispasmodic and antihelmintic properties (3).
Some examples of synthetic aromatic chemicals are amyl salicylate (clover), iso-eugenol (carnation), gamma undecalactone (peach) and terpineol (lilac).