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Caryophyllene     (4E)-4,11,11-trimethyl-8- methylidene...

Synonyms: CPD-8230, NSC-11906, NSC11906, AC1NS5Q9, L-Caryophyllene, ...
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  • Plants expressing BGL1 in the cell wall (Tcw) emitted more trans-caryophyllene than did non-transgenic controls, whereas plants expressing BGL1 in the ER (Ter) and LV (Tvc) emitted more cembrene than did non-transgenic controls [1].
  • Normalized EAG responses relative to the standard, trans-caryophyllene reveal significant differences between the chemicals as also between the sexes [2].


  1. Manipulating volatile emission in tobacco leaves by expressing Aspergillus nigerbeta-glucosidase in different subcellular compartments. Wei, S., Marton, I., Dekel, M., Shalitin, D., Lewinsohn, E., Bravdo, B.A., Shoseyov, O. Plant Biotechnol. J. (2004) [Pubmed]
  2. Electroantennogram responses of Chrysoperla carnea (Stephens) to volatiles. Raina, R., Joseph, M., Avalokiteswar, S. Indian J. Exp. Biol. (2004) [Pubmed]
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