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    ISSN: 1365-3040
    Source: Blackwell Publishing Journal Backfiles 1879-2005
    Topics: Biology
    Notes: Distinct synchronous diurnal rhythms were detected in the concentrations of phenethyl alcohol and phenethyl acetate in the tissue of blooming Trifolium repens florets. Corresponding rhythmic oscillations were observed for the same two compounds in the floral headspace. Maximum content of the volatiles in the tissue and headspace was observed 3–9 h after initiation of the photophase. The concentrations of phenethyl alcohol and phenethyl acetate in the tissue increased significantly during floral development. At full bloom the tissue contained amounts sufficient to support 2–3 h of emission. Several observations suggested that esterification of phenethyl alcohol was the source for phenethyl acetate. Trimethylsilyl derivatization and enzymatic hydrolysis of fractionated flower extracts identified 2-phenylethyl β-d-glucopyranoside as the major glucoside in the florets. The pool of glucosides increased significantly during floral development and at full bloom 97% of the phenethyl alcohol was bound as glucoside. The concentration of 2-phenylethyl β-d-glucopyranoside did not vary in a rhythmic diurnal manner. The dynamics among the diurnal rhythmic phenomena in the tissue and headspace and the fraction of volatiles bound as glucosides is discussed.
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