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 The strong and attractive rosy-floral scent of wild cyclamen growing in the Alps is based on linalool (12.5%), citronellol (30.5%), nerol (1.6%), geraniol (13.9%), citronellal (0.5%), neral (0.1%), geranial (0.2%), [[http://​www.takasago.com/​cgi-bin/​pdf/​biomuguet.pdf|(E)-2,​3-dihydrofarnesal]] (0.4%), [[http://​www.leffingwell.com/​chirality/​2,​3-dihydrofarnesol.htm|(E)-2,​3-dihydrofarnesol]] (1.1%), (E,​E)-farnesol (11.2%), and (E)-cinnamic alcohol (0.2%). "​...somewhere between the scents of centifolia rose and lily of the valley. Minor amounts of decano-4-lactone,​ methyl citronellate,​ and prenyl benzoate finally give the twist to the unmistakable scent of Cyclamen purpurascens,​ a knowledge also applicable in the creation of fragrances."​ \\ The strong and attractive rosy-floral scent of wild cyclamen growing in the Alps is based on linalool (12.5%), citronellol (30.5%), nerol (1.6%), geraniol (13.9%), citronellal (0.5%), neral (0.1%), geranial (0.2%), [[http://​www.takasago.com/​cgi-bin/​pdf/​biomuguet.pdf|(E)-2,​3-dihydrofarnesal]] (0.4%), [[http://​www.leffingwell.com/​chirality/​2,​3-dihydrofarnesol.htm|(E)-2,​3-dihydrofarnesol]] (1.1%), (E,​E)-farnesol (11.2%), and (E)-cinnamic alcohol (0.2%). "​...somewhere between the scents of centifolia rose and lily of the valley. Minor amounts of decano-4-lactone,​ methyl citronellate,​ and prenyl benzoate finally give the twist to the unmistakable scent of Cyclamen purpurascens,​ a knowledge also applicable in the creation of fragrances."​ \\
 [Scent of a vanishing flora, Roman Kaiser, 2011, 184-185] [Scent of a vanishing flora, Roman Kaiser, 2011, 184-185]
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 +"​C.purpurascens had a floral fruity note and contained 62 compounds, the highest number among all the wild species evaluated in this study. The major compounds were citronellol (39.34%) and (E)-2,​3-dihydrofarnesol (11.7%). Other components were detected, such as geraniol (4.6%), linalool (1.58%) and nerol (3.71%) (which
 +were the sources of a floral note) and methyl citronellate (0.96%), (E)-2,​3-dihydrofarnesal (0.28%) and (Z)-2,​3-dihydrofarnesal (1.57%). These latter three compounds have a strong floral scent, even in extremely low quantities, because of their high olfactive capacity."​ \\
 +[Shibusawa, Naoe, Isao Nohara, and Ryo Ohsawa. "​Interspecific variation of scent characteristics in the Cyclamen genus and the utility of the variation."​ Horticultural Science 45.4 (2018): 193-204] [[https://​www.agriculturejournals.cz/​publicFiles/​111_2017-HORTSCI.pdf]]
  
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