Please login first

Essential Oils: From Phytochemistry to Ecophysiological Significances and Their Applications

Essential Oils: From Phytochemistry to Ecophysiological Significances and Their Applications

In modern sustainable industries, “green products”, based on natural compounds, are of the highest importance. From this standpoint, essential oils are considered the most widely used natural products in many areas. Most of them have been used as fragrances, flavoring agents or as medicines since ancient times. At present, a renaissance of the research on essential oils in the traditional but also new industries is observed. Essential oils are extensively studied to treat various human ailments, for their potential cosmetic applications, but also for crop protection, as so-called botanical pesticides. This Special Issue is in connection with the Biological Activities of Essential Oils International Conference by Le Studium with the aim to give an overview of the modern biological applications and activities of essential oils. In addition, their phytochemistry and ecophysiological significances are also considered. For that purpose, original research articles, reviews, industrial cases, and short communications are also welcomed and encouraged.

Special Issue from Plants (MDPI):

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/plants/special_issues/essential_oil

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2019

International Conference from Le Studium Loire Valley Institute for Advanced Studies

Please find additional information on this Conference at: http://www.lestudium-ias.com/event/biological-activities-essential-oils

Public
All users can post
Moderated
1 follower

Write a new post to this group

 
Anonymous  |  Now

Latest Discussions in the Group

There are no messages in this group.

Citations

There are no citations in this group

Files

There are no files in this group

Group information

Created by: Christophe HANO
Created on: 22 February 2019

Full group description

Essential Oils: From Phytochemistry to Ecophysiological Significances and Their Applications

In modern sustainable industries, “green products”, based on natural compounds, are of the highest importance. From this standpoint, essential oils are considered the most widely used natural products in many areas. Most of them have been used as fragrances, flavoring agents or as medicines since ancient times. At present, a renaissance of the research on essential oils in the traditional but also new industries is observed. Essential oils are extensively studied to treat various human ailments, for their potential cosmetic applications, but also for crop protection, as so-called botanical pesticides. This Special Issue is in connection with the Biological Activities of Essential Oils International Conference by Le Studium with the aim to give an overview of the modern biological applications and activities of essential oils. In addition, their phytochemistry and ecophysiological significances are also considered. For that purpose, original research articles, reviews, industrial cases, and short communications are also welcomed and encouraged.

Special Issue from Plants (MDPI):

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/plants/special_issues/essential_oil

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2019

International Conference from Le Studium Loire Valley Institute for Advanced Studies

Please find additional information on this Conference at: http://www.lestudium-ias.com/event/biological-activities-essential-oils

Group members

Top