Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Utilization of Roses for The Perfume Industry

Posted: 23 Mar 2011 11:23 AM PDT

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Perfume industry is an industry that is a trend today. In this day and age of perfume has become a major requirement for the consumer world, everyone would want the perfume, of course, when attending important meetings. Well, it turns out Rose contains oils that can be used as raw material for the perfume industry.

Roses contain oil, which is one type of essential oil. Essential oil is obtained as a result of distillation and evaporation process leaves the crown of a rose bush. Rose oil is commonly used as fragrance in perfume industry.

Oil rose consisting of geraniol which has a fragrant aroma with a chemical formula by the formula is C10H18O wake CH3.C [CH3]: CH.CH2.CH2.C [CH3]: CH.CH2OH and 1-sitronelol and rose champor (or paraffin without the smell )

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Rose distillation technique originally came from Persia and then spread to the Arab region and India. At present, 70% -80% of the world’s oil needs met by the central roses Roses distillery located in Bulgaria, while sesanya supplied from Iran and Germany. Rose oil refineries in Bulgaria, Iran, and Germany use the same type of Damascus rose Rosa damascena ‘Trigintipetala’, while Rose oil refinery in France to use other types of roses, namely Rosa centifolia.

Rose oil is pale yellow or grayish yellow oil is also called ‘Rose Absolute’ oil to distinguish it from the Roses who already diluted. Rose oil Distillation produces 1:3000 to 1:6000 ratio of the weight of interest, so that it takes approximately a further 2000 rose bush to produce oil rose as much as 1 gram. Of course, Rose perfumes are sold in the market is the Rose oil dilution. The more dilute the perfume, then the price is getting cheaper, whereas the more concentrated the more expensive price. Perfume of rose oil is preferred by consumers because the fragrance is unique.

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Red Onion Cultivation

Posted: 23 Mar 2011 12:06 AM PDT

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Red onion (Allium ascalonicum L.) is the name of the plant family Alliaceae and the name of the tubers produced.


Shallots are tuber crops and have a layered. Plants have root fibers, with a hollow cylindrical leaves. Tubers are formed from the base of the leaf which unite and form a stem that change shape and function, enlarged and form a layered bulb. Shallot bulbs are formed from layers of leaves that enlarged and united. Shallot bulbs are not true bulbs such as potato or taro.

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Fried onions are thinly sliced ​​red onion and fried in cooking oil that much. In general, the form of soup and soup dishes to use as a flavoring when fried onions served with fried onions is the spice most often used for people to make the cuisine.

Tears when slicing onions

Bulbs shallots and onions are known to induce the release of tears when sliced. This caused a chain reaction that occurs in cells of the tuber. If the bulb was sliced, the cells will rupture and release various compounds contained in them. Two compounds that regardless of whom is allinase enzymes and amino acids. Allinase who met with sulfur-containing amino acids (sulfoxideltetrahydrofuran, namely cysteine ​​and methionine) will release sulfenat acid (R-SOH). Sulfenat acid is unstable and quickly turned into tiosulfinat [RS (O)-S-R ']. Tiosulfinat responsible for the distinctive smell of onions. In addition to being tiosulfinat, acid sulfenat who met with other enzymes, LF-synthase (LF stands for lacrymatory factor: “tear factor”), will be converted into syn-propanethial-S-oxide gas tangible. If this gas on the cornea, the signal is sent as a disturbance in the eye and the eye will blink and shed tears for the “drive” this nuisance, or Eating Chewing Gum (guaranteed)

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