By Roy Teranishi, Ron G. Buttery, Hiroshi Sugisawa
content material: Bioactive risky compounds from vegetation : an summary / Roy Teranishi and Saima Kint --
Conifer monoterpenes : biochemistry and bark beetle chemical ecology / Mark Gijzen, Efraim Lewinsohn, Thomas J. Savage, and Rodney B. Croteau --
risky elements of tomato fruit and plant elements : dating and biogenesis / Ron G. Buttery and Louisa C. Ling --
Semio task of style and perfume molecules on a variety of insect species / Braja D. Mookherjee, Richard A. Wilson, Kenneth R. Schrankel, Ira Katz, and Jerry F. Butler --
Formation of a few unstable elements of tea / Akio Kobayashi, Kikue Kubota, and Motoko Yano --
Antimicrobial task of eco-friendly tea taste parts : effectiveness opposed to Streptococcus mutans / I. Kubo --
crucial oils of the eucalypts and comparable genera : look for chemical developments / D.J. Boland and J.J. Brophy --
Lemon and lime citrus crucial oils : research and organoleptic review / Theresa S. Chamblee and Benjamin C. Clark, Jr. --
unstable compounds from jap marine brown algae / Tadahiko Kajiwara, Kazuya Kodama, Akikazu Hatanaka, and Kenji Matsui --
Aroma profiles of peel oils of acid citrus / H. Tamura, R.-H. Yang, and H. Sugisawa --
hint elements in spearmint oil and their sensory assessment / Tomoyuki Tsuneya, Masakazu Ishihara, Minoru Shiga, Shigeyasu Kawashima, Hiroshi Satoh, Fumio Yoshida, and Keiichi Yamagishi --
healing houses of crucial oils and fragrances / G. Buchbauer, W. Jäger, L. Jirovetz, J. Ilmberger, and H. Dietrich --
unstable compounds from flora : analytical and olfactory points / H. Surburg, M. Guentert, and H. tougher --
Cryogenic vacuum trapping of scents from temperate and tropical vegetation : evidence and figures / D. Joulain --
Headspace research of unstable compounds emitted from a variety of citrus blossoms / T. Toyoda, I. Nohara, and T. Sato --
unstable parts of apricot flora / Ichiro Watanabe, Osamu Takazawa, Yasuhiro Warita, and Ken-ichi Awano --
risky compounds from strawberry foliage and flora : air as opposed to nitrogen entrainment : quantitative adjustments and plant improvement / T.R. Hamilton-Kemp, J.H. Loughrin, R.A. Andersen, and J.G. Rodriguez --
at the smell of orchids / Roman A.J. Kaiser --
unstable parts of roses : characterization of cultivars in accordance with the headspace research of residing flower emissions / I. Flament, C. Debonneville, and A. Furrer --
Flower smell of a few conventional medicinal crops / E.-J. Brunke, F.-J. Hammerschmidt, and G. Schmaus.
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Mookherjee , Richard A. Wilson , Kenneth R. Schrankel , Ira Katz , and Jerry F. , 1515 Highway 36, Union Beach, NJ 07735 Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Department of Entomology and Nematology, University of Florida, Building 970, IFAS 0740, Gainesville, FL 32611 2 An exhaustive screening program on more than 2000 flavor and fra grance molecules and natural products was performed using a newly designed multiport olfactometer and was supported by field trials. The attractancy or repellancy of a number of these materials with re spect to several insect species including housefly (Musca domestica), mosquitoes (Aedes egyptae), sandflies (Psychodidae), beetles (Cole -optera),and stored product moths will be discussed.
Lt 15 In contrast to the situation with amino acid derived compounds, the ripe fruit contains no terpenoid hydrocarbons, although they are major components of the leaves and other parts of the tomato plant both in the intact and whole blended forms. One exception that the authors recently found, though, is that (-)-alphacopaene occurs in the blended mature green tomatoes (capillary GLC and MS consistent with that of an authentic sample). 21). The major terpenoids found in the blended leaves and fruit are listed in Table VI.
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