P Psidium guajava (Myrtaceae) PDF

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  1. Common name(s)

    Guava
  2. How used

    Food
  3. Data Views Exclude Ubiquitous Chemicals

    Activities: 731
    All Chemicals: 322
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    # Activity Chemical Low PPM High PPM StdDev *Reference
    7 (+)-GALLOCATECHIN Bark -- 571.4 *
    7 (+)-GALLOCATECHIN Leaf -- -- *
    0 (+)-LIMONENE Essential Oil -- -- *
    0 2-3-4-6-TETRA-O-GALLOYL-GLUCOSE Root -- -- *
    0 2-ETHYL-THIOPHENE Fruit -- -- *
    0 2-FURFURAL Fruit -- 7000.0 *
    0 2-METHYL-PROPAN-2-OL Fruit -- 10000.0 *
    0 2-METHYL-PROPANE-1-THIOL Fruit -- -- *
    0 2-METHYL-THIO-BENZOTHIAZOLE Fruit -- -- *
    0 2-METHYL-THIOPHENE Fruit -- -- *
    0 2-PHENETHYLACETATE Fruit -- 2000.0 *
    0 2ALPHA-HYDROXYURSOLIC-ACID Plant -- -- *
    0 3,3'-DI-O-METHYL-ELLAGIC-ACID Bark -- -- Lowry, J. B. 1968. The Distribution and Potential Taxonomic Value of Alkylated Ellagic Acids. Phytochemistry 7 10: 1803-1813
    0 3-METHYL-BUTAN-1-OL Fruit -- 3000.0 *
    0 3-METHYL-BUTYL-ACETATE Fruit -- 1000.0 *
    0 3-METHYL-THIOPHENE Fruit -- -- *
    0 3-O-METHYL-ELLAGIC-ACID Bark -- -- Lowry, J. B. 1968. The Distribution and Potential Taxonomic Value of Alkylated Ellagic Acids. Phytochemistry 7 10: 1803-1813
    0 5-ETHOXY-THIAZOLE Fruit -- -- *
    0 6-MERCAPTO-HEXAN-1-OL Fruit -- -- *
    6 ACETALDEHYDE Fruit -- 2000.0 1.41 *
    *Unless otherwise noted all references are to Duke, James A. 1992. Handbook of phytochemical constituents of GRAS herbs and other economic plants. Boca Raton, FL. CRC Press.