Aromatic compounds, also known as arenes or Aromatics, are chemical compounds that contain conjugated planar ring systems with delocalized pi electron clouds instead of discrete alternating single and double bonds. Typical aromatic compounds are benzene and toluene.
Hydrocarbons derived from petroleum, characterized by a ring-like molecular structure and 'sweet' or Aromatic odor. Benzene, tolune, and xylene are the most common aromatics, and are used as chemical feedstocks, solvents, and as additives to gasoline to raise its octane rating.
Plants that produce and exude Aromatic substances are used in making perfumes, in cooking, and in the food, pharmaceutical, and liquor industries.
Many aromatic plants are species of the Lauraceae, Umbelliferae, Myrtaceae, and Labiatae families. Many of them are also used for medicinal purposes. Aromatic plants are from a numerically large group of economically important plants.
Aromatic flowers are strong enough to perfume your outdoor living spaces, unlike others. They may be of Annuals Perennials, Roses, and Vines. Ex: Fragrant amaryllis, Night phlox, variegated kiwi vine, Wintersweet, Mock orange.
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- Aromatic Plant
- Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants and Homeopathic Medicine
- Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Industry
- Herbal Drug
- Marine Pharmocognosy and Marine Drugs
- Natural Product of Medicine and Interest
- Natural Products
- Natural Products as Anti-Cancer Agents
- Plant biotechnology and tissue culture
- Plant extraction method
- Plant Toxicology
- Secondary Metabolites and Nutraceuticals
- Traditional Medicine