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Definition of the noun Cadinene

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  1. [organic compound] Any of a group of isomeric sesquiterpenes found in juniper essential oil


Cadinene is the trivial chemical name of a number of isomeric hydrocarbons that occur in a wide variety of essential oil-producing plants. The name is derived from that of the Cade juniper, the wood of which yields an oil from which cadinene isomers were first isolated.

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Google previewThe Chemistry of Food (2013)

by Jan Velisek

δ Cadinene is a precursor of the dimeric sesquiterpenoid pigment of cotton plants (Gossypium hirsutum and other species, Malvaceae) called gossypol. βCaryophyllene is a common component of many essential oils. For example, the ...

Google previewFlavours and Fragrances (2007)

Chemistry, Bioprocessing and Sustainability by Ralf Günter Berger

Bicyclic Sesquiterpenes Cadinene is a trivial name of a number of isomers which occur in a wide variety of essential oils e.g. cubeb oil. Actually, it is derived from the Cade juniper (Juniperus oxycedrus L.).

Google previewEncyclopedia of Food and Color Additives (1997)

by George A. Burdock

is reported to contain acetone; alloaro- madendrene; trans-anethole; aromadendrene; ascorbic-acid; cis- alpha-bergamotene; alpha- cadinene; delta-cadinene; gamma- cadinene; 10-alpha-cadinol; calamanene; ...

Google previewDictionary of Food Compounds with CD-ROM, Second Edition (2012)

by Shmuel Yannai

Mixed cadinene isomers, with ß-cadinene usually predominating, occur in several essential oils, esp. ylang-ylang, citronella and cade oil from Juniperus spp. Cadinene isomers are used as a 11avouring agent and/or flavour modif'ler. Oil.

Google previewRÖMPP Encyclopedia Natural Products, 1st Edition, 2000 (2014)

by Burkhard Fugmann, Susanne Lang-Fugmann, Wolfgang Steglich

Cadinane see cadinene and termites. Cadinene. C15H24, MR 204.36. Of the possible isomers of C. (eight are known to date) which differ by the position of the double bond and by ring linkages β-C. ( colorless oil ...

Google previewChemical Dictionary of Economic Plants (2001)

by Jeffrey B. Harborne, Herbert Baxter

-limonene, terpinolene, linalool, borneol, fenchone, cadinol, cadinene and myrcene. Used as a flavour component of many food products, including ...

Google previewThe Condensed Chemical Dictionary (1920)

A Reference Volume for All Requiring Quick Access to a Large Amount of Essential Data Regarding Chemicals, and Other Substances Used in Manufacturing and Laboratory Work by Francis Mills Turner

Chief known constituent: Cadinene. Constants: Specific gravity 0.980- 1.055- Soluble in alcohol, ether, chloroform and carbon bisulfide. Derivation: By the dry distillation of the wood of Juniperus oxycedrus. Method of purification: Rectification.

Google previewDictionary of Nutrition and Food Technology (2016)

by Arnold E. Bender

bisabolene, cadinene, citral, etc. Lenhartz diet For peptic ulcer patients ( originated 1915); mainly fluid 150.

Google previewEncyclopaedic Dictionary of Bio-Medecine (2001)

by Rita Singh

consists chiefly of the alcohol sabinol and its acetic ester; it also contains cadinene. pinene, and probably other terpenes.

Google previewA Consumer's Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients (2010)

Complete Information About the Harmful and Desirable Ingredients in Cosmetics and Cosmeceuticals by Ruth Winter

DELESSERIA SANGUINEA •See Sanguinaria DELTA CADINENE • A sesquiterpenes occurring in essential oils from juniper species and cedars (oil of cade). Used in perfumery. See Sesquiterpene Lactones DEMULCENT • A soothing, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Essential Oils (2013)

The Complete Guide to the Use of Aromatic Oils In Aromatherapy, Herbalism, Health, and Well Being by Julia Lawless

PRINCIPAL CONSTITUENTS Mainly sesquiterpenes and monoterpenes which include caryophyllene, cadinene, cubebene, sabinene, among others. SAFETY DATA Non-toxic, non-irritant, non-sensitizing. Frequently subject to adulteration.

Google previewLeung's Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients (2011)

Used in Food, Drugs and Cosmetics by Ikhlas A. Khan, Ehab A. Abourashed

and transαbergamotene, caryophyllene, nerolidol, methylanisoate, transmethylisoeugenol, cadinene, foeniculin, 3carene, dα pinene, phellandrene, αterpineol, hydroquinine, traces of cisanethole, and ...

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