GERANYL PHENYLACETATE FCC - CAS 102-22-7
Category:
Flavor & Fragrance
Product Name:
GERANYL PHENYLACETATE FCC
Synonyms:
Benzeneacetic acid, (2E)-3,7-dimethyl-2,6-octadienyl ester, GERANYL PHENYLACETATE FCC
CAS Number:
102-22-7
Molecular Weight:
272.39
Molecular Formula:
C18H24O2
COA:
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MSDS:
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Olfactive Family:
Sweet
FEMA:
2516
Odor description:
Soft and very sweet, tenacious, honeylike odor with geranium undertones.
Chemical Structure
CAS 102-22-7 GERANYL PHENYLACETATE FCC

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1.Aerosolized essential oils and individual natural product compounds as brown treesnake repellents.
Clark L1, Shivik J. Pest Manag Sci. 2002 Aug;58(8):775-83.
Chemical irritants useful as repellents for brown treesnakes (Boiga irregularis) were identified. Exposure to various compounds produced a range of intensities for locomotory behavior in snakes. Essential oils comprised of 10 g liter-1 solutions of cedarwood, cinnamon, sage, juniper berry, lavender and rosemary each were potent snake irritants. Brown treesnakes exposed to a 2-s burst of aerosol of these oils exhibited prolonged, violent undirected locomotory behavior. In contrast, exposure to a 10 g liter-1 concentration of ginger oil aerosol caused snakes to locomote, but in a deliberate, directed manner. We also tested specific compounds, all derivative of food and flavor ingredients. 10 g liter-1 solutions delivered as aerosols of m-anisaldehyde, trans-anethole, cineole, cinnamaldehyde, citral, ethyl phenylacetate, eugenol, geranyl acetate or methyl salicylate all acted as potent irritants for brown treesnakes. The individual ingredients were classified using cluster analysis into groups that promoted different levels of response by snakes.
2.Enhanced bactericidal activity of enterocin AS-48 in combination with essential oils, natural bioactive compounds and chemical preservatives against Listeria monocytogenes in ready-to-eat salad.
Antonio CM1, Abriouel H, López RL, Omar NB, Valdivia E, Gálvez A. Food Chem Toxicol. 2009 Sep;47(9):2216-23. doi: 10.1016/j.fct.2009.06.012. Epub 2009 Jun 9.
Enterocin AS-48 (30-60 microg/g) significantly reduced viable counts of Listeria monocytogenes in Russian-type salad during one week storage at 10 degrees C. Antilisterial activity of AS-48 (30 microg/g) in salad was strongly enhanced by essential oils (thyme verbena, thyme red, Spanish oregano, ajowan, tea tree, clove, and sage oils tested at 1%, as well as with 2% rosemary oil). Antilisterial activity also increased in combination with bioactive components from essential oils and plant extracts, with other related antimicrobials of natural origin or derived from chemical synthesis (carvacrol, eugenol, thymol, terpineol, tyrosol, hydroxytyrosol, caffeic, ferulic and vanillic acid, luteolin, geranyl butyrate, geranyl phenylacetate, pyrocatechol, hydrocinnamic acid, tert butylhydroquinone, phenylphosphate, isopropyl methyl phenol, coumaric acid, and 2-nitropropanol), and with food preservatives (citric and lactic acid, sucrose palmitate, sucrose stearate, p-hydroxybenzoic methylester acid -- PHBME, and Nisaplin).