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Exposures to air freshener and fragrance compounds still varied substantially among immigrant subgroups but showed consistency with P results: Higher concentrations of d-limonene (Southeast Asians) and p-dichlorobenzene (Hispanics and Southeast Asians) were observed for some households, and lower levels of the xylenes were observed in Somali residences.
Gin RK, Parija T, Das BR (1999) D-limonene chemoprevention of hepatocarcinogenesis in AKR mice: inhibition of c-jun and c-myc.
Comparison of short-term renal effects due to oral administration of decalin or d-limonene in young adult male Fischer-344 rats.
The limonene concentrations in the chamber resulting from the air freshener were lower than the concentrations achieved by the direct injections of d-limonene and resulted in lower particle concentrations.
Chemical Compounds Essential Oils Cumin Dill Anise Fennel Cuminaldehyde 32.66% [gamma]-terpinene 19.87% [beta]-pinene 15.22% o-cymene 14.00% 2-caren-10-al 8.54% 1-fenil-1-butanol 8.01% D-limonene 1.7% 18.92% fraws-anethole 94.01% Estragole cis-anethole 2.46% 3.65% cis-(-)-2,4a,5,6,9a-Hexahydro 1.7% -3,5,5,9 tetramethyl(1H)benzocycloheptene 0.83% ds-anethole (+)-Carvone 0.29% Di-epi-alpha-cedrene 0.24% Limonene 0.18% p-Cumic aldehyde 0.16% beta-Chamigrene 0.13% Carvone 34.89% Apiol 22.02% Dihydrocarvone 16.91% Trans-dihydrocarvone Anethole 7.26% 79.62% Fenchone 12.19% Methyl nonadecanoate 2.89% 1R-[alpha]-pinene 1.65% Table 2.
In asymptomatic and symptomatic lemon tree shoots of both species the following compounds were collected: D-limonene, caryophyllene, and [beta]-ocimene in different amounts and concentrations (Table 2).
(R)-(+)-citronellal, o-cymene, d-limonene, eucalyptol, p-menth-1-en-8-ol, eugenol methyl ether and n-heneicosane with extraction yield 3.8% to 91.9%.
axyridis to D-limonene and terpinolene with aphids: The experimental conditions were the same as in (e), but 60 aphids (wingless spirea aphids, starved for 3 h) were applied to an apple tree on both sides at 2 h before testing.
The relatively higher content of the components in the volatile oil is mainly compound 1: Ylangene (33.43%), compound 2: Epiglobulol (31.52%), compound 3: Copaene (6.14%), compound 4: Verticiol (5.95%), compound 5: Caryophyllene oxide (3.01%), compound 6: D-Limonene (2.93%), compound 7: Caryophyllene (2.13%), compound 8: 1R-a-Pinene (1.93%), compound 9: 1,2,4a,5,8,8a-hexahydro-4,7dimethyl-1-(1-methylethyl) -[1S-(1a,4aa,8aa)]-naphthalene (1.52%) and its compound structure can be seen in Fig.
The water-soluble chitosan, fish gelatin, and D-limonene stimulated our interests to design the multifunctional films because of the following advantages.