Marine Aroma
自然のかおり 海のかおり

Tadahiko KAJIWARA
2007 Journal of Japan Association on Odor Environment  
̯´Ῠ̮̮ ῐ῎῍ῌ῏ ῑῒ ΐ QQῦ C++ ̳Q̱̲̮'̰̯Ῠ̱Q´῏Q ῤ̱̲ ῏ ΰῲ ῴῺ ῴQ̳ QQQῌ ῴῺ ῴQ̳QQ ῏QQῌ ῴῺ ῴQ̳QQQQῌ ῦ̰ῧQ'QῺ Q̮ῌ ̯ῳ̯ῳ̳QQ̳̲ῌ ̲QQ ̳̲ῌ Q̳̲ῦῥῨQ̳̲Ώ̲ Q̮'̰̲ῼῦῥ̲ῼ Q̮Q̱̲QΊ̯ῲ̮̮ῴQῤῢ QQΊῳῢ̮ῲ῍ ΌQQ ῏QῨ'̮ῦ̲̲Ό QQQQ̮'̰Q̮̱Q ̳ Q΅̳̮̱Q ̳ ῌ ̱Q ´῏QQῦῥῷΌ̲Q̳QQ̮ῌ Q̱̲Q῞ῲ̮̮ῴQῤῢQ̮ῧῦ̯ῢ̮ῲ῍ ῚῳῷΌ̲Q̳ Q̮̮ῴQῩῌ C++ ̮̮ῴQ̱QῬῢῌ C,* ῒQQQQ῟QῘ̮ΐῴΊῳῌ Q̱ῧQῗΊῳῲ῍ ̯ ῳῨ̮̮ῴQῩQQ Qΰῥ ῨQ̯ῌQ̳Ῠ̯ῬῨQQ̱̳̯ῢ̮ῲ῍ ῏῍ῌῌ῎῍ῐῒῑ̮ -2ΐ 0 ̮ ̮̮+3 ̮ Abstract Characteristic C++ hydrocarbones, and its alcohols and acetates such as dictyopterenes, and dictyoprolenols and
more » ... es, and a marine lactone have been identified as constituents of aroma reminiscent of marine from Dictyopteris and Ishige brown algae. Sesquiterpene alcohols and oxylipins such as cubenol, leaf alcohol, leaf aldehyde and long chain aldehydes from Dictyopteris and Laminaria brown algae, and Ulva green algae have been known to be aromas reminiscent of seaweeds. The oxylipins including C++aromas are biogenerated from C,*-polyunsaturated fatty acids and emanated to sea water. They play roles for strategies in the defense and reproductive potential for members of the species under marine ecosystem.
doi:10.2171/jao.38.406 fatcat:pjhetq65jncovohpxbabobgfou