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Spectrometric identifications of sesquiterpene alcohols from niaouli (Melaleuca quinquenervia) essential oil
Oxidation and reduction reactions on alloaromadendrene and aromadendrene sesquiterpene hydrocarbons have been investigated in order to produce alcohols with an aromadendrene skeleton for checking theExpand
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Bioactive ellagitannins from Cunonia macrophylla, an endemic Cunoniaceae from New Caledonia.
Chemical study of Cunonia macrophylla, a New Caledonian Cunoniaceae, based on bioactive effects of a crude methanol extract of the leaves, detected bioactive tannins for the first time in this plantExpand
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Odor-active compounds of Tahitian vanilla flavor
Abstract Gas Chromatography–Olfactometry was performed on Tahitian vanilla extracts in order to highlight its flavor specificity. The results stressed that Tahitian vanilla flavor was very rich. 61Expand
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Ferns: From Traditional Uses to Pharmaceutical Development, Chemical Identification of Active Principles
Many fern species are used in traditional medicine in many countries to treat different ailments. For example, ferns belonging to the Microsorum genus such as “Metuapua’a” represent major medicinalExpand
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Structure de deux nouvelles iminomycosporines isolées de Pocillopora eydouxi
Abstract Deux nouvelles molecules UV absorbantes de la famille des iminomycosporines a residu acides amines ont ete isolees et caracterisees a partir du corail recifal Pocillopora eydouxi : laExpand
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Antioxidant potential and radical-scavenging effects of flavonoids from the leaves of Psidium cattleianum grown in French Polynesia
Psidium cattleianum J. Sabine (Myrtaceae) is a traditional medicinal plant in French Polynesia. The leaves and roots possess many medicinal properties. These effects may be correlated with theExpand
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Eudesmane sesquiterpenes from laggera alata
Two new eudesmane-type sesquiterpenoids (7-epi-γ-eudesmol and 7-epi-β-eudesmol) were isolated and characterized along with five other sesquiterpene compounds (β-selinene, 7-epi-α-eudesmol,Expand
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Volatile composition and sensory properties of Vanilla × tahitensis bring new insights for vanilla quality control.
BACKGROUND Vanilla × tahitensis produced in French Polynesia has a unique flavour among vanilla species. However, data on volatiles and sensory properties remain limited. In this study, the volatileExpand
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Herbal medicine in the Marquesas Islands.
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE This manuscript reports data on medicinal plants used in Marquesas Islands traditional medicine. The subject is interesting due to the extreme geographical isolation ofExpand
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