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Table of Contents
                            Contents
Editors
Contributors
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. History and Sources of Essential Oil Research
Chapter 3. Sources of Essential Oils
Chapter 4. Production of Essential Oils
Chapter 5. Chemistry of Essential Oils
Chapter 6. Analysis of Essential Oils
Chapter 7. Safety Evaluation of Essential Oils: A Constituent-Based Approach
Chapter 8. Metabolism of Terpenoids in Animal Models and Humans
Chapter 9. Biological Activities of Essential Oils
Chapter 10. Effects of Essential Oils in the Central Nervous System
Chapter 11. Phytotherapeutic Uses of Essential Oils
Chapter 12. In Vitro Antimicrobial Activities of Essential Oils Monographed in the European Pharmacopoeia 6th Edition
Chapter 13. Aromatherapy with Essential Oils
Chapter 14. Biotransformation of Monoterpenoids by Microorganisms, Insects, and Mammals
Chapter 15. Biotransformation of Sesquiterpenoids, Ionones, Damascones, Adamantanes, and Aromatic Compounds by Green Algae, Fungi, and Mammals
Chapter 16. Industrial Uses of Essential Oils
Chapter 17. Encapsulation and Other Programmed Release Techniques for Essential Oils and Volatile Terpenes
Chapter 18. Aroma-Vital Cuisine: Healthy and Delightful Consumption by the Use of Essential Oils
Chapter 19. Essential Oils Used in Veterinary Medicine
Chapter 20. Trade of Essential Oils
Chapter 21. Storage and Transport of Essential Oils
Chapter 22. Recent EU Legislation on Flavors and Fragrances and Its Impact on Essential Oils
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FIGURE 4.7 FMC extractor.

FIGURE 4.18 Oil and muddy water in the Florentine fl ask.

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