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Floral volatiles of Genus Trifolium

Order: Fabales
Family: Fabaceae
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Volatile(s):

Trifolium pratense Linnaeus
 
Light DM  1992 
 
        10Ac 
        12Ac 
        1-phenylethanol 
        2,3-butanediol 
        2-phenylethanol 
        3me-4OH 
        6-2Kt 
        6OH 
        7-2Kt 
        8-3Kt 
        acetoin 
        acetophenone 
        alpha-copaene 
        beta-caryophyllene 
        cis-beta-ocimene 
        delta1-octen-3-ol 
        E2-6Ald 
        E3-6OH 
        E-beta-farnesene 
        E-methyl cinnamate 
        gamma-muurolene 
        limonene 
        methyl salicylate 
        myrcene 
        neryl 2me-butanoate 
        phenylmethanol 
        trans-beta-ocimene 
        Z3-6Ac 
        Z3-6OH 
 
Trifolium pratense Linnaeus
 
Buttery RG  1984 
 
        1-phenylethanol 
        2,3-butanediol 
        2-phenylethanol 
        6-2Kt 
        6OH 
        7-2Kt 
        acetoin 
        acetophenone 
        beta-caryophyllene 
        cis-beta-ocimene 
        delta1-octen-3-ol 
        E2-6Ald 
        E2-6OH 
        E-methyl cinnamate 
        trans-beta-ocimene 
        Z3-6Ac 
        Z3-6OH 
 
Trifolium repens Linnaeus
 
Jakobsen HB  1994 
 
        2-ethyl-6OH 
        2me-cyclopentanone 
        2-phenylethanol 
        4-ethylacetophenone 
        alloaromadendrene 
        benzaldehyde 
        benzyl acetate 
        beta-bourbonene 
        beta-caryophyllene 
        beta-cubebene 
        cis-thujopsene 
        delta-cadinene 
        methyl eugenol 
        perillene 
        phenethyl acetate 
        phenylmethanol 
 
Reference(s):

Buttery, R.G., Kamm, J.A., and Ling, L.C. 1984. Volatile components of red clover leaves, flowers, and seed pods: possible insect attractants. J. Agric. Food Chem. 32:254-256.
 
Jakobsen, H.B., and Olsen, C.E. 1994. Influence of climatic factors on emission of flower volatiles in situ. Planta. 192:365-371.
 
Light, D.M., Kamm, J.A., and Buttery, R.G. 1992. Electroantennogram response of alfalfa seed chalcid, Bruchophagus roddi (Hymenoptera: Eurytomidae) to host- and nonhost-plant volatiles. J. Chem. Ecol. 18:333-352.
 

 
Citation: El-Sayed AM 2024. The Pherobase: Database of Pheromones and Semiochemicals. <http://www.pherobase.com>.
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