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Glycosidic aromas and glycohydrolases being involved in potentially aroma formation in rose flowers of two different species

, : Glycosidic aromas and glycohydrolases being involved in potentially aroma formation in rose flowers of two different species. Journal of Essential Oil Bearing Plants 2(3): 91-100

The aqueous residues remaining after the steam distillation of Rosa damascena contained considerable amounts of aroma-active compounds. The amount of aroma compounds after hydrolysis was almost the same as in the rose oil. The amounts of aroma compounds and the hydrolytic enzyme activities of different parts of fragrant (Bulgarian rose, R. damascena var. bulgaria) and non-fragrant (cut flower rose Little Marvel) rose plants were investigated.


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