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*  Corn oil
A. (2010). "Emissions of volatile aldehydes from heated cooking oils". Food Chemistry. 120: 59. doi:10.1016/j.foodchem.2009.09. ... Corn oil (maize oil) is oil extracted from the germ of corn (maize). Its main use is in cooking, where its high smoke point ... What is unrefined, extra virgin cold-pressed avocado oil?, The American Oil Chemists' Society "Canola oil, fat composition, 100 ... Corn oil is generally less expensive than most other types of vegetable oils. One bushel of corn contains 1.55 pounds of corn ...
*  Instrumentation in petrochemical industries
Because refined oil is volatile, it is important to know the quantity of oil being transported at numerous points along the ... crude oil, petrol, and various other petroleum byproducts. In the P/I converter, the indicated pressure can be a digital or an ...
*  Turnera diffusa
The Volatile Oils. Volume 3 (2 ed.). Wiley. p. 183. Damiana Liqueur at Damiana.net Perry, Charles (2007-06-20). "The unexpected ... The shrub is said to have a strong spice-like odor somewhat like chamomile, due to the essential oils present in the plant. ...
*  Distillation
Hoffman; translated by Edward Kremers (1913). The Volatile Oils. 1. New York: Wiley. p. 203. Bryan H. Bunch; Alexander ... or when separating liquids from non-volatile solids or oils. For these cases, the vapor pressures of the components are usually ... distillation is a major class of operation at oil refineries for transforming crude oil into fuels and chemical feed stocks. ... which is then separated into its component fractions which are collected sequentially from most volatile to less volatile, with ...
*  Distilled beverage
Hoffman, translated by Edward Kremers (1913). The Volatile Oils. 1. New York: Wiley. p. 203. Bryan H. Bunch and Alexander ...
*  Carminative
Harries, Nicola; James, K. C.; Pugh, W. K. (1 July 1977). "Antifoaming and Carminative Actions of Volatile Oils". Journal of ... Some examples for oils and spices with carminative action are:[citation needed] Angelica Ajwain Anise seed Asafoetida Basil ... Carminatives are often mixtures of essential oils and herbal spices with a tradition in folk medicine for this use. ...
*  Calycolpus australis
Volatile leaf oils of Calycolpus australis L.R.Landrum (Myrtaceae). Journal of Essential Oil Research 12:149-150. ... The leaves of C. australis contain volatile oils. Landrum, Leslie R. 1998. A new species of Calycolpus from the Campops ...
*  Rosefuran
"The occurrence of furan derivatives in volatile oils. III. β-Clausenan and γ-clausenan". Proceedings - Indian Academy of ... L. N. Misra; Husain, A. (1987). "The Essential Oil of Perilla ocimoides: A Rich Source of Rosefuran". Planta Medica. 53 (4): ... Rosefuran is a desirable component of rose oil, a natural fragrance material. Rosefuran is the major constituent (58% by weight ... of the essential oil of Perilla ocimoides, a herbaceous, annual plant cultivated in Bangladesh and used as a component of a ...
*  Ayapana triplinervis
Leaves contain a volatile oil, ayapana oil, 1.14%. Plant yields cineol, alpha-phellandrene, alpha-terneol, ayapanin, ayapin, ... The leaves contain an essential oil and the coumarins, ayapanin and ayapin, stigmasterol, esculetin methylene ether (the ... It contains Herniarin, a methoxy analog of umbelliferone, while its essential oil contains thymohydroquinone dimethyl ether. ... ISBN 978-3-88763-094-2. Anne Gauvin-Bialecki, Claude Marodon (November 2008). "Essential oil of Ayapana triplinervis from ...
*  Reseda (plant)
The volatile oil is used in perfumery. The yellow dye was obtained from the roots of R. luteola by the first millennium BC, and ...
*  Hui mian
Coriander contains a lot of volatile oil. This oil can get rid of the special flavor of the meat.The flavor of coriander can ... When you eat it, you can also put some chilli oil. It can be more awesome. In May 1994 it was awarded the "all of the famous ...
*  Diamante citron
History of the Jews in Calabria "The Volatile Oils". google.com. Composition of the Leaf and Peel Oils of Citrus medica L. ' ... The Mesoreh about the Calabrian Etrog Center for the Study of Jewry in Calabria and Sicily Essential Oils A study on glutamate ...
*  Dictamnus
The volatile oils have a reputed component of isoprene. Several varieties and cultivars have been selected for garden use. The ... The name "burning bush" derives from the volatile oils produced by the plant, which can catch fire readily in hot weather, ...
*  Nepetalactone
Samuel M. McElvain, R. D. Bright and P. R. Johnson (1941). "The Constituents of the Volatile Oil of Catnip. I. Nepetalic Acid, ...
*  Boronia megastigma
"Flower and volatile oil ontogeny in Boronia megastigma". Annals of Botany. 76 (5): 457-63. doi:10.1006/anbo.1995.1120. Plummer ... The two main aroma compounds of the oil of this species are β-ionone and dodecyl acetate. The oil is used in perfumes and as a ... They are dark green and glandular, and are scented, but it is the flower of the plant which is coveted for its oils. All of the ... It is the main Boronia source of essential oils, while its relative Boronia heterophylla is more often harvested for use as an ...
*  Hesperidium
The peel contains volatile oil glands in pits. The fleshy interior is composed of separate sections, called carpels, filled ... The outermost, pigmented layer of rind contains essential oils and is known as the flavedo. When scraped off and used as a ...
*  Horseradish
... contains volatile oils, notably mustard oil, and allyl isothiocyanate. The enzyme horseradish peroxidase (HRP), ... mustard oil), which irritates the mucous membranes of the sinuses and eyes. Grated mash should be used immediately or preserved ...
*  Black pepper
H. J. D. Dorman; S. G. Deans (2000). "Antimicrobial agents from plants: antibacterial activity of plant volatile oils". Journal ... Pepper oil is also used as an ayurvedic massage oil and in certain beauty and herbal treatments. Black pepper (Piper nigrum) ... Once the peppercorns are dried, pepper spirit and oil can be extracted from the berries by crushing them. Pepper spirit is used ... essential oil in a clear glass vial Ground black pepper and a plastic pepper shaker Roughly cracked black peppercorns, also ...
*  Eau de toilette
It was originally composed of alcohol and various volatile oils. Traditionally these products were named after a principal ... Heliotrope Toilet Water - heliotropine, 2 drops; rose oil, 15 minims; bergamot oil, a half drop; neroli oil, 5 minims; alcohol ... Then filter the mix and add 3 pints of French brandy and 3 drops of oil of orange blossoms. Add 0.75 fluid ounce of oil of ... White Rose Toilet Water - one ounce of triple extract of white rose, 3 drops of oil of rose, 3 drops of oil of rose geranium, ...
*  Plectranthus amboinicus
Lalthazuali; Mathew, N (2017). "Mosquito repellent activity of volatile oils from selected aromatic plants". Parasitology ... "Technological Evaluation of Emulsions Containing the Volatile Oil from Leaves of Plectranthus Amboinicus Lour". Pharmacognosy ... In basic research, the effects of the essential oil were studied in rat models of microbial infections and inflammation, and ... Traditionally, the herb is applied externally as a mosquito and insect repellent, likely due to essential oils in the leaves. ...
*  Boldo
... leaf also contains 2-4% of volatile oil. Major constituents reported as: ascaridole (16-38%), 1,8-cineole (11-39%) and p- ... Boldo oil should not be used internally or externally. Where boldo leaf is used, the total exposure to ascaridole should be ...
*  Trichostema lanceolatum
The common name 'vinegarweed' originated due to its foliage containing volatile oils that have a strong vinegar odor. The oils ... The volatile oils make it unpalatable to grazing and foraging animals. The indigenous peoples of California used this as a ... In hot weather the vinegar smell of the plant becomes intense as the oils in the tissues permeate the air. The bilaterally ...
*  Saffron
Safranal, a volatile oil, gives saffron much of its distinctive aroma. Safranal is less bitter than picrocrocin and may ... Crocetin is a conjugated polyene dicarboxylic acid that is hydrophobic, and thus oil-soluble. When crocetin is esterified with ... Saffron contains more than 150 volatile and aroma-yielding compounds. It also has many nonvolatile active components, many of ... Other methods included dousing saffron fibres with viscid substances like honey or vegetable oil to increase their weight. ...
*  Chemotaxis assay
and Csaba, G. (1995). "Molecule dependent chemotactic responses of Tetrahymena pyriformis elicited by volatile oils". Acta ...
*  Ocimum tenuiflorum
Padalia, Rajendra C.; Verma, Ram S. (2011). "Comparative volatile oil composition of four Ocimum species from northern India". ... "Volatile Constituents in Oil from Different Plant Parts of Methyl Eugenol-Rich Ocimum tenuiflorum L.f. (syn. O. sanctum L.) ... Essential oil extracted from tulasi is mostly used for supposed medicinal purposes and herbal cosmetics.[citation needed] The ... Tulasi is cultivated for religious and supposed traditional medicine purposes, and for its essential oil. It is widely used as ...
*  Resource curse
A 2016 study finds that "oil production, oil reserves, oil dependence, and oil exports are associated with a higher risk of ... highly volatile resource revenues. A 2016 meta-study finds weak support for the thesis that resource richness adversely affects ... Research shows that declining oil prices make oil-rich states less bellicose. Jeff Colgan observed that oil-rich states have a ... For example, many oil-rich countries like Nigeria and Venezuela saw rapid expansions of their debt burdens during the 1970s oil ...
*  Ligusticum porteri
F. "A Study of Osha Root and Its Volatile Oil." 1895. Proceedings of the Kansas Pharmaceutical Association, Sixteenth Annual ...