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Neryl acetate     3,7-dimethylocta-2,6-dienyl ethanoate

Synonyms: AGN-PC-00BOQO, ACMC-1BLUC, AG-D-19822, AG-J-31363, ACMC-2098hv, ...
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High impact information on NSC2584

  • Among the major essential oil constituents, biogenesis of geranyl acetate was much higher than that of geraniol [1].
  • Alkaline hydrolysis of [14C]labeled geranyl acetate revealed that the majority of the label incorporated into geranyl acetate was present in the geraniol moiety, indicating that only newly synthesized geraniol gets acetylated to form geranyl acetate [1].
  • Trapping experiments, as well as transformation of the model substrate geranyl acetate, suggest that all three investigated Caulerpa spp. rely on esterases that act upon wounding of the algae by subsequently removing the three acetate residues of caulerpenyne [2].
  • Biotransformation of geranyl acetate to geraniol during palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii, Roxb. wats. var. motia) inflorescence development [3].
  • For rGOBP2, plant odors such as (Z)-3-hexen-1-ol (3Z-6:OH), geraniol, geranyl acetate, and limonene showed significant competition for binding; binding specificity was sensitive to pH and to salt concentrations [4].

Biological context of NSC2584

  • At the partially opened spikelet stage, more of the geraniol synthesized was acetylated to form geranyl acetate, suggesting that majority of the newly synthesized geraniol undergoes acetylation, thus producing more geranyl acetate [5].


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