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Phenols MW Olive fruit Leaf Pomace Wastewater Extra- virgin oil
Simple phenols
Hydroxytyrosol 154 De Marco, 2007 Savarese, 2007 Lozano-Sanchez, 2011 Dierkes, 2012
Homovanillyl alcohol 168 Eyles, 2007 Boskou, 2006
Tyrosol 138 Romero, 2002 Lozano- Sanchez, 2011 Artajo, 2006 Suarez, 2008
Syringaldehyde 182 Boskou, 2006
3,4-Dihydroxyphenylglycol 171 Marsilio, 2005
Catechol 110 Romero, 2002 Lozano- Sanchez, 2011 Brenes, 2004
Phenol 94 Vichi, 2008
p-cresol 108 Artajo, 2006 Vichi, 2008
m-cresol 108 Vichi, 2008
o-cresol 108 Vichi, 2008
4-Ethylguaiacol 152 Lozano- Sanchez, 2011 Vichi, 2008
4-Ethylphenol 122 Vichi, 2008
4-Vinylguaiacol 150 Limiroli, 1996 Vichi, 2008
4-Vinylphenol 120 Obeid, 2007 Vichi, 2008
4-Methylcatechol 124 Obeid, 2007
3,4,5-Trimethoxybenzoic acid 212 Obeid, 2007
3,4-Dimethoxybenzoic acid 182 Obeid, 2007
2,6-Dimethoxybenzoic acid 182 Obeid, 2007
4-Hydroxybenzaldehyde 122
Hydroxybenzoic acids
Syringic acid 198 Ryan, 1999 Alu’datt, 2010 Cioffi, 2010
Quinic acid 192 Quirantes- Pine, 2013 Lozano- Sanchez, 2011 Lozano- Sanchez, 2011
2,3-dihydrocaffeic acid 182 Owen, 2003 Bendini, 2007
Shikimic acid 174 Peralbo- Molina, 2012
Gallic acid 170 McDonald, 2001 Peralbo-Molina, 2012 Cioffi, 2010
Vanillic acid 168 Romero, 2002 Peralbo- Molina, 2012 De Marco, 2007 De la Torre-Carbot, 2005
Phloretic acid 166 Owen, 2003
Protocatechuic acid 154 Boskou, 2006 Alu’datt, 2010
Gentisic acid 154 Bendini, 2007
4-hydroxybenzoic acid 138 Boskou, 2006 Quirantes- Piné, 2013 Alu’datt, 2010 Caponio, 2005
2,4 dihydroxybenzoic acid 154 McDonald, 2001 Carrasc o-Pancorb o, 2005
2,6-Dihydroxybenzoic acid 154 Bianco, 2003 Bianco, 2003
4-O-methyl-D-glucuronic acid 208 Guinda, 2010
Hydroxyphenylacetic acids
p-Hydroxyphenylacetic acid 152 Boskou, 2006 Cardoso, 2005 Caponio, 2005
3,4-Dihydroxyphenylacetic acid 168 Boskou, 2006 Bendini, 2007
4-Hydroxy-3-methoxy- phenylacetic acid 182 Bendini, 2007
Homoveratric acid 196 Bianco, 2003 Bianco, 2003
Homovanillic acid 182 Ryan, 2002 Artajo, 2006
2,5-Dihydroxyphenylacetic acid 168 Obeid, 2007
Hydroxycinnamic acids
Rosmarinic acid 361 Peralbo- Molina, 2012
Chlorogenic acid 354 Ryan, 2003 Cardoso, 2005
Sinapic acid 224 Ryan, 1999 Alu’datt, 2010
Ferulic acid 194 Boskou, 2006 Li, 2003 Peralbo-Molina, 2012 Cioffi, 2010
Caffeic acid 180 De Marco, 2007 Obeid, 2007 Mulinacci, 2001 Mateos, 2001
p-Coumaric acid 164 Ryan, 2002 Quirantes- Pine, 2013 Peralbo- Molina, 2012 Suarez, 2010 De la Torre- Carbot, 2005
o-Coumaric acid 164 McDonald, 2001 Peralbo-Molina, 2012 Mateos, 2001
m-Coumaric acid 164 Bianco, 2000 Caponio, 1999
Dihydro-p-coumaric acid 166 Obeid, 2007
Hydroxycaffeic acid 196 Caponio, 1999
Cinnamic acid 148 Boskou, 2006 Peralbo- Molina, 2012 Mateos, 2001
Caffeoylglucose 342 Obeid, 2007
Caftaric acid 312 Obeid, 2007
β-Hydroxy verbascoside 641
Flavonoids
Hesperidin 610 Kalua, 2006 Alu’datt, 2010
Rutin 610 De Marco, 2007 Savarese, 2007 Cardoso, 2005 Mulinacci, 2001
Luteolin-7,4-O-diglucoside 609 Quirantes- Pine, 2013
Vicenin-2 595 Bouaziz, 2005
Cyanidin-3-O-rutinoside 595 Romero, 2002
Scolymoside 594 Bouaziz, 2010 Quirantes- Pine, 2013 Cardoso, 2005
Luteolin-4′-O-rutinoside 594 Obeid, 2007
Lucidumoside C 584 Quirantes- Pine, 2013
Isorhoifolin 578 Romero, 2002 Quirantes- Pine, 2013 Obeid, 2007
Quercetin-3-O-glucoside 464 Bouaziz, 2005
Chrysoeriol-7-O-glucoside 462 Bouaziz, 2005 Altıok, 2008
Cyanidin-3-O-glucoside 449 Romero, 2002
Luteolin-7-O-glucoside 448 De Marco, 2007 Laguerre, 2009 Cardoso, 2005 Mulinacci, 2001 Yorula mz, 2011
Luteolin-4’-O-glucoside 448 De Marco, 2007 Quirantes- Pine, 2013 Cardoso, 2005
Luteolin-6-C-glucoside 448 Bouaziz, 2005
Luteolin-7-O-rutinoside 595 Bouaziz, 2005
Luteolin-3′,7-O-diglucoside 611 Obeid, 2007
Luteolin-8-C-glucoside 448 Obeid, 2007
Quercitrin 448 De Marco, 2007 Obeid, 2007
Apigenin-7-O-glucoside 432 Obeid, 2007 Obeid, 2007 Peralbo- Molina, 2012 Suarez, 2010
Taxifolin 304 Japón-Luján, 2007 Peralbo- Molina, 2012 Bendini, 2007
Quercetin 302 Rigane, 2011 Obeid, 2007 Alu’datt, 2010
Chrysoeriol 300 Bouaziz, 2005 Dierkes, 2012
Diosmetin 300 Meirinhos, 2005
Methoxyluteolin 316 De la Torre- Carbot, 2005
Cyanidin (cation) 287 Ryan, 1999
Eriodictyol 287 Hvattum, 2002
Luteolin 286 Ryan, 2002 Obeid, 2007 Lozano- Sanchez, 2011 Lozano- Sanchez, 2011 Fu, 2009
Quercetin 3-O-rutinoside 611 Vlahov, 1992
Apigenin 270 Bouaziz, 2005 Obeid, 2007 Lozano-Sanchez, 2011 Lozano-Sanchez, 2011 Fu, 2009
Delphinidin 303 Obeid, 2007
Delphinidin-3-O-glucoside 465 Obeid, 2007
Hesperitin 302 Obeid, 2007
Apigenin-7-O-rutinoside 579 Obeid, 2007
Lignans
Syringaresinol 418 Christophorid ou, 2005 Garcia- Villalba, 2010
1-Acetoxypinoresinol 416 Lopez, 2008 Lozano- Sanchez, 2011 Suarez, 2010 Fu, 2009
Pinoresinol 358 Bonoli, 2004 Suarez, 2010 Suarez, 2010 Fu, 2009
Hydroxypinoresinol 374 Obeid, 2007
Berchemol 376 Christophorid ou, 2005
3-Acetyloxy berchemol 418 Obeid, 2007
(-)-Olivil 376 Tsukamoto, 1984
(+)-Fraxiresinol-1-β-D- glucopyranoside 537 Bianco, 1993
D-(+)-Erythro-1-(4-hydroxy- 3-methoxy)- 214 – phenyl- 1,2,3-propantriol 214 Obeid, 2007 Obeid, 2007 Obeid, 2007
(+)-1-Acetoxypinoresinol-4″- O-methyl ether 431 Tsukamoto, 1984
(+)-1-Hydroxypinoresinol-4″- O-methyl ether 404 Tsukamoto, 1984
(+)-1-Acetoxypinoresinol-4′- β-D-glucopyranoside-4″-O- methyl ether 594 Tsukamoto, 1984
(+)-1-Hydroxypinoresinol-4′- β-D-glucopyranoside 537 Tsukamoto, 1984
(+)-1-Acetoxypinoresinol-4′- β-D-glucopyranoside 578 Tsukamoto, 1984
Hydroxy-isochromans
1-(3’-Methoxy-4’-hydroxy)- phenyl-6,7- dihydroxyisochroman 288 Bianco, 2002 Bianco, 2001
1-Phenyl-6,7- dihydroxyisochroman 242 Bianco, 2002 Bianco, 2001
Secoiridoids
Nüzhenide oleoside 1059 Cardoso, 2006 Cardoso, 2006
Oleuropein pentamer 2692 Cardoso, 2006 Cardoso, 2006
Oleuropein tetramer 2154 Cardoso, 2006 Cardoso, 2006
Oleuropein trimer 1616 Cardoso, 2006 Cardoso, 2006
Oleuropein dimer 1076 Cardoso, 2006 Cardoso, 2006
Nüzhenide 11-Methyl oleoside 1072 Silva, 2006
Oleuropein diglucoside 702 Bouaziz, 2010 Molina- Alcaidea, 1996 Cardoso, 2005
Neo-nüzhenide 702 Di Donna, 2007
Nüzhenide 686 Bouaziz, 2010 Ryan, 2002 Obeid, 2007
10-Hydroxyoleuropein 556 Cardoso, 2005 Caruso, 2000 Peralbo-Molina, 2012
Dihydro-oleuropein 544 Obeid, 2007 Peralbo- Molina, 2012
Oleuropein 540 De Marco, 2007 Di Nino, 1997 Cardoso, 2005 Suarez, 2010 Bianco, 1998
Oleuroside 540 De Marco, 2007 Di Nino, 1997 Obeid, 2007
Oleuroside-10-carboxylic acid 585 Obeid, 2007 Obeid, 2007
Oleuropein-3′-O-β-D- glucopyranoside 540 Obeid, 2007
Ligstroside-3′-O-β-D- glucopyranoside 524 Obeid, 2007
Demethyloleuropein 526 De Marco, 2007 Savarase, 2007 Bianco, 1998
Oleoside dimethylester 418 Peralbo-Molina, 2012
Elenolic acid glucoside 404 De Marco, 2007 Ryan, 2002 Cardoso, 2005
Elenolic acid diglucoside 553 Obeid, 2007
Secologanic acid 375 Peralbo- Molina, 2012
Secologanol 390 Fu, 2009
Secologanin 388 Peralbo-Molina, 2012
Oleuropein aglycone (3,4- DHPEA-EA) 378 De Marco, 2007 Cardoso, 2005 Suarez, 2010 Fu, 2009
7-Deoxyloganic acid 360 Peralbo-Molina, 2012
Oleacein (Dialdehydic form of decarboxymethyl Oleuropein aglycon) 321 Karkoul a, 2012
3,4-DHPEA-EDA
(Oleuropein-aglycone di- aldehyde)
320 De Marco, 2007 Peralbo- Molina, 2012 Suarez, 2010
Cornoside 316 Bianchi, 2003
Oleocanthal (Dialdehydic form of decarboxymethyl Ligstroside aglycon) 305 Smith, 2005
p-HPEA-EDA 304 Obeid, 2007 Peralbo- Molina, 2012 Suarez, 2010 Perez- Trujillo, 2010
Elenolic acid 242 De Marco, 2007 Peralbo-Molina, 2012 Mulinacci, 2001 Dierkes, 2012
Elenolic acid methylester 256 Gariboldi, 1986 Dierkes, 2012
Dialdehydic elenolic acid decarboxymethyl 184 Lozano- Sanchez, 2011 Lozano- Sanchez, 2011
Dialdehydic elenolic ester decarboxymethyl 198 Lozano-Sanchez, 2011
Methyl malate- hydroxytyrosol ester 284 Bianco, 2006
Oleuricine A 716 Wang, 2009
Oleuricine B 716 Wang, 2009
Hydroxytyrosil-elenolate 392 Gariboldi, 1986
10-Hydroxy oleuropein aglycone 394 Garcia- Villalba, 2010
10-Hydroxy oleuropein aglycone decarboxymethyl 336 Obeid, 2007
10-Hydroxy-10-methyl oleuropein aglycone 408 Obeid, 2007
Monoaldehydic form of Ligstroside aglycon 365 Kanakis, 2013 Kanakis, 2013
Monoaldehydic form of Oleuropein aglycon 380 Kanakis, 2013 Kanakis, 2013
Oleuropeindial (enol form) 378 Obeid, 2007
demethyloleuropein aglycone (enol form) 364 Obeid, 2007
Demethyloleuropein aglycone 364 Obeid, 2007
Demethyloleuropein 526 Obeid, 2007
Demethyloleuropein aglycone dialdehyde 364 Obeid, 2007
3,4-DHPEA-DEDA
(Oleuropein aglycone decarboxymethyl dialdehyde form)
320 Obeid, 2007 Scalzo, 1993
3,4-DHPEA-DEDA (acetal) 366 Obeid, 2007
Oleuropeindial (keto form) 378 Obeid, 2007
Oleuropeindial (Cannizzaro- like product of oleuropeindial) 396 Obeid, 2007
Oleuropeindial – Lactone (Cannizzaro-like product of oleuropeindial) 378 Obeid, 2007
Elenolic acid dialdehyde 242 Obeid, 2007
DEDA (Decarboxymethyl elenolic acid dialdehyde) 184 Obeid, 2007
Hydroxytyrosol acetate 196 Morello, 2004 Quirantes- Pine, 2013 Brenes, 1999
DEDA acetal 230 Obeid, 2007
Demethyl elenolic acid 228 Obeid, 2007
Tyrosol acetate 222 Mateos, 2001
Ligstroside 524 De Marco, 2007 Savarase, 2007 De Marco, 2007
Ligstroside aglycone methyl acetal 376 Obeid, 2007
Ligstroside aglycone 380 Savarase, 2007
Demethylligstroside 510 Sivakumar, 2005
Ligstroside derivative 1 523 Cardoso, 2011
Ligstroside derivative 2 453 Cardoso, 2011
Ligstroside derivative 3 685 Cardoso, 2011
Ligstroside derivative 4 847 Cardoso, 2011
Ligstroside derivative 5 909 Cardoso, 2011
Jaspolyoside 926 Perez- Bonilla, 2011
Jaspolyanoside 911 Perez- Bonilla, 2011
Isojaspolyoside A 926 Perez- Bonilla, 2011
(+)-Cycloolivil 376 Tsukamoto, 1984
Hemiacetal of dialdehydic oleuropein aglycone decarboxymethyl 334 Christophorid ou, 2005
Hemiacetal of dialdehydic ligstroside aglycone decarboxymethyl 318 Christophorid ou, 2005
7″-S-Hydroxyoleuropein 557 Di Donna, 2007 Quirantes- Pine, 2013
Oleuropein-3″-Methyl ether 555 Obeid, 2007
3,4-DHPEA-DETA 350 Obeid, 2007
Decarboxymethyl ligstroside aglycone 304 Lozano- Sanchez, 2010
Hydroxytyrosol acyclodihydroelenolate 382 Obeid, 2007 Obeid, 2007
Hydroxytyrosil elenolate 364 Obeid, 2007
Coumarins
Esculin 340 Tsukamoto, 1984
Esculetin 178 Tsukamoto, 1984
Scopoletin 192 Tsukamoto, 1984
Scopolin 354 Tsukamoto, 1984
Irridoids
Loganic acid 375 Peralbo-Molina, 2012
Loganin 390 Peralbo-Molina, 2012
Glucosides
Hydroxytyrosol rhamnoside 301 Peralbo-Molina, 2012
β-Hydroxy-acetoside 640 Cecchi, 2013
Verbascoside 624 Rigane, 2011 Laguerre, 2009 Cardoso, 2005 Mulinacci, 2001
Oxidized verbascoside 623 Cardoso, 2005
Isoverbascoside 624 Obeid, 2007 Laguerre, 2009 Innocent i, 2006
Oxidized isoverbascoside 623 Cardoso, 2005
Acetoside 623 Ryan, 1999 Rodrigu ez, 2009
Isoacteoside 625 Obeid, 2007
Suspensaside 641 Rodrigu ez, 2009
Hellicoside 657 Rodrigu ez, 2009
Orbanchoside 623 Rodrigu ez, 2009
Wedelosin 758 Rodrigu ez, 2009
Oleoside-11-Methylester 403 Peralbo-Molina, 2012
6′-O-[(2E)-2,6-Dimethyl-8-hydroxy-2-octenoyloxy]-secologanoside 559 Karioti, 2006
4′-O-β-D-Glucosyl-9-O-(6”- deoxysaccharosyl)olivil 851 Schumacher, 2002
Verucosin 345 Christophorid ou, 2005
Quercetin-3-rhamnoside 449 Savarese, 2007
Quercetin-7-O-glucoside 464 Bouaziz, 2005
Caffeoyl-6′-secologanoside 552 Obeid, 2007 Obeid, 2007 Obeid, 2007
Comselogoside 536 Obeid, 2007 Obeid, 2007
Oleoside 390 Bouaziz, 2010 Obeid, 2007 Cardoso, 2005 Fu, 2009
Secologanoside 390 Obeid, 2007 Fu, 2009
Hydroxytyrosol-1′-β- glucoside 316 Cardoso, 2005 Savarese, 2007 Cardoso, 2005 Bianco, 1998
Hydroxytyrosol-3-β-glucoside 316 Rubio-Senet, 2013 Savarese, 2007 Rubio- Senet, 2013 Bianco, 1998
Hydroxytyrosol-4-β-glucoside 316 Rubio-Senet, 2013 Savarese, 2007 Rubio-Senet, 2013 Bianco, 1998
Hydroxytyrosol diglucoside 478 Peralbo-Molina, 2012
Salidroside 300 Romero, 2002 Peralbo-Molina, 2012
6′-β-D-Glucopyranosyl oleoside 553 Savarese, 2007 Obeid, 2007
6′-Rhamnopyranosyl oleoside 537 Savarese, 2007 Obeid, 2007
Methoxyphenols
Guaiacol 124 Reiners, 1998
2-Methoxy-4-vinylphenol 150 Poerschmann, 2013
Isoeugenol 165 Poerschmann, 2013
Homovanillin 166 Poerschmann, 2013
Phenolic fatty acid esters
1-oleyltyrosol 389 Maestroduran, 1994
Deoxyloganic acid lauryl ester 408 Rigane, 2011

 

 

Aliphatic & Aromatic Alcohols MW Olive fruit Leaf Pomace Wastewater Extra- virgin oil
Fatty Alcohols
Eicosanol 298 Orozco-Solano, 2010
Docosanol 327 Lopez-Lopez, 2008 Orozco-Solano, 2010 Boskou, 1983
Tricosanol 341 Orozco-Solano, 2010 Boskou, 1983
Tetracosanol 355 Lopez-Lopez, 2008 Orozco-Solano, 2010 Boskou, 1983
Pentacosanol 369 Orozco-Solano, 2010 Boskou, 1983
Hexacosanol 383 Lopez-Lopez, 2008 Orozco-Solano, 2010 Boskou, 1983
Heptacosanol 397 Orozco-Solano, 2010 Boskou, 1983
Diterpene alcohols
Phytol 297 Vetter, 2012
Geranylgeraniol 291 Di Serio, 2016

 

 

Sterols MW Olive fruit Leaf Pomace Wastewater Extra- virgin oil
Common sterols (4α- desmethylsterols)
β-sitosterol 415 Lopez-Lopez, 2008 Orozco-Solano, 2010
Campesterol 401 Lopez-Lopez, 2008 Orozco-Solano, 2010
Stigmasterol 413 Lopez-Lopez, 2008 Orozco-Solano, 2010
Cholesterol 387 Lopez-Lopez, 2008 Orozco-Solano, 2010
24-Methylene-cholesterol 399 Orozco-Solano, 2010 Jbara, 2010
Brassicasterol 399 Orozco-Solano, 2010
Clerosterol 413 Lopez-Lopez,2008 Orozco-Solano,2010 Noorali, 2014
Ergosterol 397 Calapaj, 1993
Stigmastanol 417 Lopez-Lopez, 2008 Noorali, 2014
Campestanol 403 Lopez-Lopez, 2008 Orozco-Solano, 2010
Δ-7-Avenasterol 413 Lopez-Lopez, 2008
Δ-5-Avenasterol 413 Orozco-Solano, 2010
Δ-7-Stigmastenol 412 Orozco-Solano, 2010 Noorali, 2014
Δ-5,23-Stigmastadienol 412 Boskou, 2006 (AOCS)
Δ-5,24-Stigmastadienol 412 Lopez-Lopez, 2008 Orozco-Solano, 2010 Boskou, 2006 (AOCS)
Δ7,22-Ergostadienol 399 Itoh, 1981
Δ7,24-Ergostadienol 399 Itoh, 1981
22,23- Dihydrobrassicasterol 401 Itoh, 1981
4-Methylsterols
Obtusifoliol 427 Rahier, 1989
Gramisterol 413
Citrostadienol 427
Cycloeucalenol 427 Stiti, 2007
24-methyl-31-nor-9(11)- lanostenol 429 Itoh, 1981
24-methylene-31-nor-9(11)- lanostenol 427 Itoh, 1981
24-ethyllophenol 429 Itoh, 1981
24-methyl-(E)-23- dehydrolophenol 413 Itoh, 1981
28-isocitrostadienol 427 Itoh, 1981
24-methyl-24(25)- dehydrolophenol 413 Itoh, 1981
24-Ethyl-E-23-dehydrolophenol 427 Stiti, 2012 Stiti, 2012 Stiti, 2007
24-Ethylidenelophenol 427 Stiti, 2007
24-Methylenelophenol 412 Stiti, 2012 Stiti, 2012
Triterpene alcohols (4,4- dimethylsterols)
Linalool 154 Genovese, 2015
β-amyrone 425 Stiti, 2007 Itoh, 1973
Butyrospermol 427 Stiti, 2007 Itoh, 1973
24-methylene-cycloartenol 427 Stiti, 2012 Stiti, 2012 Itoh, 1973
Cycloartenol 427 Stiti, 2007 Itoh, 1973
Cyclobranol 440 Itoh, 1981
Cyclosadol 440 Itoh, 1981
Dammaradienol 426 Itoh, 1981
Germanicol 426 Itoh, 1981
24-methylene-24- dihydroparkenol 455 Stiti, 2012 Itoh, 1981
Parkeol 427 Stiti, 2012 Itoh, 1981
3-epi-betulin 443 Stiti, 2012
Lupeol 427
3-epi-lupeol 427 Gil, 1997
Agrostophyllinol 441 Stiti, 2007
7, 24-tirucalladienol 427 Boskou, 2006 (AOCS)
Tirucallol 427
Taraxasterol 427 Rahier, 1989
Taraxerol 427 Stiti, 2007
Lupenone 425 Rahier, 1989
α-amyrin 427 Rahier, 1989
δ-amyrin 427 Stiti, 2007
β-amyrin 427 Stiti, 2012 Stiti, 2012 Stiti, 2007
Ψ-taraxasterol 427 Stiti, 2007
28-hydroxytaraxerol 441 Stiti, 2012 Stiti, 2012 Stiti, 2007
28-nor-α-amyrin 454 Stiti, 2012 Stiti, 2012
Methyl 2α,3β-diacetoxyolean- 12-en-28-oate 501 Stiti, 2007 Gil, 1997
4α,14α-Dimethylstigmasta- 8,24(24)-dien-3β-ol 441 Gil, 1997
Methyl 3β-acetoxyolean-12- en-28-oate 471 Stiti, 2007 Gil, 1997
Bacchar-12,21-dien-3β-ol Stiti, 2007
28-nor-β-amyrin 427 Stiti, 2012
24-methylene-24- dihydroparkeol 441 Stiti, 2012
24-methylene-24- dihydrolanosterol 455 Stiti, 2012
(24Z)-24-ethylidene- dihydrolanosterol 469 Stiti, 2012
4,4-dimethyl-5α-stigmast-7- en-3β-ol 443 Stiti, 2012
4,4-dimethyl-5α-stigmasta- 7,24Z(241)-dien-3β-ol 441 Stiti, 2012
Triterpenic dialcohols
Uvaol 443 Stiti, 2012 Guinda, 2010
Erythrodiol 443 Stiti, 2012 Peragon, 2013
Phospholipids
Phosphatidylcholine 313 Montealegre, 2013 Hatzakis, 2008
Phosphatidylethanolamine 271 Montealegre, 2013 Hatzakis, 2008
Lysophosphatidylethanolamine 500 Montealegre, 2013
Phosphatidylinositol 389 Montealegre, 2013 Hatzakis, 2008
Phosphatidic acid 226 Montealegre, 2013 Hatzakis, 2008
Lysophosphatidic acid 436 Montealegre, 2013 Hatzakis, 2008
Phosphatidylglycerol 285 Montealegre, 2013

 

Triterpenic acids MW Olive fruit Leaf Pomace Wastewater Extra- virgin oil
Oleanolic acid 457 Stiti, 2007 Guinda, 2010 Garcia, 2008 Allouche, 2009
Maslinic acid 473 Stiti, 2007 Stiti, 2012 Garcia, 2008 Allouche, 2009
Ursolic acid 457 Stiti, 2012 Guinda, 2010 Allouche, 2009
Pomolic acid 473
Betulinic acid 456 Bianchi, 1992
Corosolic acid 473 Stiti, 2012
3-epi-betulinic acid 457 Stiti, 2012 Stiti, 2012
Urs-2β,3β-dihydroxy-12-en-28-oic acid 471 Obeid, 2007
Oleanolic acid demethyl 443 Khlif, 2012

 

Volatiles MW Olive fruit Leaf Pomace Wastewater Extra- virgin oil
Aldehydes
Acetaldehyde 44 Reiners, 1998
Propanal 59 Reiners, 1998
3-Methylbutanal 86 Reiners, 1998
2-Methylbutanal 86 Reiners, 1998
2-Methyl-2-butenal 85 Reiners, 1998
Pentanal 86 Morales, 2005
trans-2-Pentenal 86 Morales, 2005
cis-2-Pentenal 86 Harwood, 2000
2,4 Hexadienal 97 Harwood, 2000
Hexanal 100 Reiners, 1998
3-Hexanal 100 Harwood, 2000
cis-3-Hexenal 98 Aparicio & Luna, 2002
trans-2-Hexenal 98 Reiners, 1998
cis-2-Hexenal 98 Harwood, 2000
Benzaldehyde 107 Harwood, 2000
Heptanal 114 Morales, 2005
trans-2-Heptenal 112 Morales, 2005
cis-2-Heptenal 112 Harwood, 2000
2,4-Heptadienal 110 Reiners, 1998
Phenylacetaldehyde 121 Malheiro, 2011
Octanal 128 Morales, 2005
trans-2-Octenal 126 Morales, 2005
Nonanal 142 Morales, 2005
trans,trans-2,4- Nonadienal 138 Reiners, 1998
cis-2-Nonenal 140 Reiners, 1998
trans-2-Nonenal 140 Reiners, 1998
Decanal 156 Morales, 2005
trans-2-Decenal 154 Morales, 2005
2,4-Decadienal 152 Morales, 2005
trans,trans-2,4- Decadienal 152 Morales, 2005
trans,cis-2,4- Decadienal 152 Reiners, 1998
Vanillin 152 Morello, 2004 Quirantes- Piné, 2013 Lozano- Sanchez, 2011 Lozano- Sanchez, 2011 De la Torre- Carbot, 2005
trans-4,5-Epoxy- trans-2-decenal 168 Reiners, 1998
Alcohols
Methanol 33 Harwood, 2000
Ethanol 46 Galanakis, 2010 Morales, 2005
1-Propanol 61 Sabatini, 2008
Butan-1-ol 74
Butan-2-ol 74 Morales, 2005
2-Heptanol 116
2-Methyl-3-butenol 87 Harwood, 2000
2-Methyl-1-butanol 88 Morales, 2005
3-Methyl-1-butanol 88 Morales, 2005
Pentanol 89 Morales, 1997 Aparicio & Luna, 2002
3-Pentanol 89 Harwood, 2000
3-Penten-2-ol 86 Morales, 2005
1-Penten-3-ol 87 Harwood, 2000
2-Penten-1-ol 87 Harwood, 2000
Hexanol 102 Reiners, 1998
trans-2-Hexenol 100 Aparicio & Luna, 1998
trans-3-Hexenol 100 Aparicio, 1998
cis-3-Hexenol 100 Harwood, 2000
cis-2-Hexenol 101 Harwood, 2000
4-Hexenol 101 Harwood, 2000
Heptan-2-ol 112 Morales, 2005
Heptanol 117 Iraqi, 2005 Harwood, 2000
2-Phenylethanol 123 Dierkes, 2012(b)
6-Methyl-5-hepten-3-ol 128 Morales, 2005
Octanol 131 Harwood, 2000
2-Octanol 130 Morales, 2005
3-Octenol 128 Morales, 2005
Nonanol 144 Aparicio & Luna, 2002
Lavendulol 155 Harwood, 2000
Terpineol 155 Harwood, 2000
Decanol 159 Harwood, 2000
Benzyl alcohol 109 Harwood, 2000
Esters
Methyl acetate 75 Harwood, 2000
Ethyl acetate 88 Morales, 2005
Butyl acetate 116 Morales, 2005
2-Methylbutyl acetate 131 Harwood, 2000
Isopentyl acetate 131 Harwood, 2000
2-Hexenyl acetate 143 Harwood, 2000
Hexyl acetate 144 Baeten, 1998
3-Hexenyl acetate 142 Harwood, 2000
cis-3-Hexenyl acetate 142 Reiners, 1998
Octyl acetate 173 Harwood, 2000
2-Ethylphenyl acetate 165 Harwood, 2000
Benzyl acetate 150
Phenethyl acetate 164
Ethyl propanoate 102 Morales, 2005
Ethyl butanoate 116 Reiners, 1998
Ethyl isobutyrate 116 Reiners, 1998
Propyl propanoate 117 Sabatini, 2008
Propyl butanoate 130 Morales, 2005
2-Methylpropyl butanoate 144 Morales, 2005
Ethyl 2-methylbutanoate 130 Reiners, 1998
Ethyl 3-methylbutanoate 130 Reiners, 1998
Ethyl-2- methypropanoate 117 Harwood, 2000
Propyl 2- methylpropanoate 131 Harwood, 2000
Methyl butanoate 103 Harwood, 2000
Methyl 2- methylbutanoate 117 Harwood, 2000
Methyl 3- methylbutanoate 117 Harwood, 2000
Methyl pentanoate 117 Harwood, 2000
Methyl hexanoate 131 Harwood, 2000
Ethyl hexanoate 145 Harwood, 2000
Methyl heptanoate 145 Harwood, 2000
Methyl octanoate 159 Harwood, 2000
Ethyl cyclohexylcarboxylate 156 Reiners, 1998
Ethyl octanoate 173 Harwood, 2000
Ethyl cinnamate 177
Ketones
Butan-2-one 72 Morales, 2005
l-Penten-3-one 84 Reiners, 1998
Heptan-2-one 114 Morales, 2005
2-Butanone 73 Harwood, 2000
3-Methyl-2-butanone 87 Harwood, 2000
3-Pentanone 87 Harwood, 2000
4-Methyl-2-pentanone 101 Harwood, 2000
1-Penten-3-one 85 Harwood, 2000
2-Hexanone 101 Harwood, 2000
2-Heptanone 115 Harwood, 2000
6-Methyl-5-hepten-2- one 126 Morales, 2005
2-Octanone 129 Harwood, 2000
3-Octanone 129 Harwood, 2000
Octan-2-one 129 Morales, 2005
l-Octen-3-one 126 Reiners, 1998
cis-1,5-Octadien-3-one 124 Reiners, 1998
2-Nonanone 143 Harwood, 2000
Acetophenone 121 Harwood, 2000
trans-β-Damascenone 190 Reiners, 1998
Carboxylic acids
Acetic acid 60 Williams, 1998 Reiners, 1998
Propanoic acid 74 Morales, 2005
Isobutyric acid 89
Butanoic acid 89 Sabatini, 2008 Morales, 2005
3-Methylbutyric acid 102 Reiners, 1998
Pentanoic acid 102 Morales, 2005
3-Methyl-butanoic acid 103 Angerosa, 1996
Hexanoic acid 116 Morales, 2005
Heptanoic acid 130 Morales, 2005
Octanoic acid 144 Morales, 2005
Sulfur compounds
3-Isopropenylthiophene 125 Harwood, 2000
2,5-Diethylthiophene 141 Harwood, 2000
4-Methoxy-2-methyl- 2-butanethiol 134 Reiners, 1998
3-Methyl-2-butenethiol 105 Vichi, 2014
2-Ethyl-5- hexylthiophene 197 Harwood, 2000
Furans
2-Ethylfuran 97 Harwood, 2000
2-Propylfuran 111 Harwood, 2000
3-Propylfuran 111 Harwood, 2000
3-Methyl-2-pentylfuran 153 Harwood, 2000
3,4-methyl-3-pentenyl furan 151 Harwood, 2000
Ethers
Diethyl ether 75 Harwood, 2000
1,8-Cineole 155 Harwood, 2000
Organic acids
Oxalic acid 90 Nergiz, 2009
Citric acid 193 Nergiz, 2009
Malic acid 134 Nergiz, 2009
Succinic acid 118 Nergiz, 2009
Gluconic acid 195 Quirantes- Pine, 2013

 

Hydrocarbons MW Olive fruit Leaf Pomace Wastewater Extra- virgin oil
Terpenic hydrocarbons
6,10-Dimethyl-l-undecane 185 Lanzon, 1994
Eremophilone 219 Lanzon, 1994
Squalene 411 Tabera, 2004 Fernandez- Bolanos, 2006 Paquot, 1973
Wax esters
Methyl palmitate 271 Reiter, 2001
Methyl oleate 297 Reiter, 2001
Methyl stearate 298 Reiter, 2001
Ethyl oleate 311 Reiter, 2001
Phytyl oleate C18:1 561 Reiter, 2001
Phytyl oleate C18:0 563 Reiter, 2001
Geranylgeranyl oleate C18:1 555 Reiter, 2001
Geranylgeranyl oleate C18:0 556 Reiter, 2001
Phytyl C20:1 589 Reiter, 2001
Phytyl C20:0 591 Reiter, 2001
Geranylgeranyl C20:1 582 Reiter, 2001
Geranylgeranyl C20:0 583 Reiter, 2001
Phytyl C22:0 619 Reiter, 2001
Geranylgeranyl C22:0 613 Reiter, 2001
Phytyl C24:0 647 Reiter, 2001
Geranylgeranyl C24:0 641 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 38:0 (12:0-26:0) 565 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 38:0 (14:0-24:0) 565 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 38:0 (16:0-22:0) 565 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 38:0 (18:0-20:0) 565 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 38:0 (20:0-18:0) 565 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 40:0 (14:0-26:0) 593 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 40:0 (16:0-24:0) 593 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 40:0 (18:0-22:0) 593 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 40:0 (20:0-20:0) 593 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 40:1 (16:1-24:0) 591 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 40:1 (18:1-22:0) 591 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 42:0 (14:0-28:0) 621 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 42:0 (16:0-26:0) 621 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 42:0 (18:0-24:0) 621 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 42:0 (20:0-22:0) 621 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 42:0 (24:0-18:0) 621 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 42:1 (16:1-26:0) 621 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 42:1 (18:1-24:0) 621 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 44:0 (16:0-28:0) 649 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 44:0 (18:0-26:0) 649 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 44:0 (22:0-22:0) 649 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 44:1 (16:0-28:0) 647 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 44:1 (18:1-26:0) 647 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 44:1 (20:1-24:0) 647 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 46:0 (14:0-32:0) 677 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 46:0 (16:0-30:0) 677 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 46:0 (18:0-28:0) 677 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 46:0 (20:0-26:0) 677 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 46:0 (22:0-24:0) 677 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 46:0 (24:0-22:0) 677 Reiter, 2001
Wax ester 46:1 (18:1-28:0) 675 Reiter, 2001
Alkanes
2-Methylbutane 73 Harwood, 2000
2-Methylpentane 87 Harwood, 2000
3-Methylpentane 87 Harwood, 2000
Hexane 87 Harwood, 2000
Hexene 85 Harwood, 2000
Heptane 101 Harwood, 2000
Octane 115 Harwood, 2000
Nonane 129 Harwood, 2000
Tridecane 185 Harwood, 2000
Methyl benzene 93 Harwood, 2000
Styrene 105 Harwood, 2000
Dodecane 171 Bueno, 2005
Tridecane 185 Bueno, 2005
Tetradecane 199 Bueno, 2005
Pentadecane 213 Bueno, 2005
Hexadecane 227 Bueno, 2005
Heptadecane 241 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Octadecane 255 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Nonadecane 269 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Icosane 283 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Heneicosane 297 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Docosane 311 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Tricosane 325 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Tetracosane 339 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Pentacosane 353 Webster, 2000
Hexacosane 367 Webster, 2000
Heptacosane 381 Webster, 2000
Octacosane 395 Webster, 2000
Nonacosane 409 Webster, 2000
Triacontane 423 Webster, 2000
Hentriacontane 437 Webster, 2000
Dotriacontane 451 Webster, 2000
Tritriacontane 465 Webster, 2000
Tetratriacontane 479 Webster, 2000
Alkenes
6,10-dimethyl-1-undecene 183 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
8-Heptadecene 239 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
9-Docosene 309 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
9-Tricosene 323 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
9-Tetracosene 337 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
9-Pentacosene 351 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
9-Hexacosene 365 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
9-Heptacosene 379 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Sesquiterpenes
Cyclosativene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Longicyclene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
α-copaene 205 Lanzon, 1994
β-cubebene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
β-elemene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
(E)-caryophyllene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
α-trans-bergamotene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Alloaromadendrene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
β-acoradiene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Drima-7,9(11)-diene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
γ-Muurolene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
γ-curcumene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Eremophyllene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
α-Zingiberene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
α-Selinene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
β-Curcumene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
δ-cadinene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
β- Sesquiphellandrene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
(Z)-β-farnesene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
(E)-β-farnesene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
Calarene 205 Lanzon, 1994
(Z)2,(E)4,(E)6-Allofarnesene 205 Bortolomeazzi, 2001
(E)2,(Z)4,(E)6-Allofarnesene 205 Lanzon, 1994

 

Sugars MW Olive fruit Leaf Pomace Wastewater Extra- virgin oil
Monosaccharides
D-(-)-arabinose 151 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Lama- Munoz, 2012 Galanakis, 2010
D-(+)-xylose 151 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Lama- Munoz, 2012 Galanakis, 2010
D-(+)-glucose 181 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Lama- Munoz, 2012 Galanakis, 2010
D-(+)-mannose 181 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Galanakis, 2010
D-(-)-galactose 181 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Lama- Munoz, 2012 Galanakis, 2010
D-(-)-fructose 181 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
1,6-anhydro-β-D- glucose 163 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
Sedoheptulose 211 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
Diasaccharides
D-(+)-sucrose 343 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
D-(+)-lactose 343 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
Triasaccharides
D-(+)-raffinose 505 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
Maltotriose 505
L-rhamnose 165 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Lama- Munoz, 2012 Galanakis, 2010
Sugar carboxylic acids
D-(+)-galacturonic acid 195 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Lama- Munoz, 2012 Galanakis, 2010
D-glucuronic acid 195 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Lama-Munoz, 2012
Sugar alcohols
Xylitol 153 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
Adonitol 153 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
L-(-)-arabitol 153 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
D-Mannitol 183 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
D-(+)-chiro-inositol 181 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
L-Fucose 165
D-Fucose 165 Lama- Munoz, 2012
myo-inositol 181 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
Galactinol 343 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010 Gomez- Gonzalez, 2010
Oligosaccharides
α-Cellulose 342 Vlyssides, 1999
Klason lignin 1513 Rodriguez- Gutierrez, 2014
Pectin 250 Mafra, 2001
Galacturonan 194 Mafra, 2001
Mannan 666 Mafra, 2001

 

Pigments MW Olive fruit Leaf Pomace Wastewater Extra- virgin oil
Chlorophylls
Pheophytin α 872 Garrido Fernandez, 1990
Pyropheophytin α 799 Hornero-Mendez, 2005
Chlorophyll a 894 Criado, 2007 Cichelli, 2004
Chlorophyll b 908 Criado, 2007 Cichelli, 2004
Pheophytin b 886 Cichelli, 2004
Chlorophyllide a 615 Criado, 2007 Ranalli, 2011
Chlorophyllide b 908 Criado, 2007 Ranalli, 2011
Pheophorbide a 593 Ranalli, 2011
Pheophorbide b 607 Ranalli, 2011
Caratenoids
β-Carotene 534 Ranalli, 2011
Lutein 569 Criado, 2007 Cichelli, 2004
Xanthophylls
Neoxanthin 601 Criado, 2007 Cichelli, 2004
Violaxanthin 601 Criado, 2007 Cichelli, 2004
Luteoxanthin 601
Antheraxanthin 585 Criado, 2007
Mutatoxanthin 585
β-cryptoxanthin 553

 

Tocopherols MW Olive fruit Leaf Pomace Wastewater Extra- virgin oil
α-tocopherol 431 Hassapidou, 1993 de Lucas, 2002 Uribe, 2015 Psomiadou, 2000
β-tocopherol 417 Hassapidou, 1993 Uribe, 2015 Huilun, 2011
γ-tocopherol 417 Hassapidou, 1993 de Lucas, 2002 Uribe, 2015 Huilun, 2011
δ-tocopherol 403 Yorulmaz, 2013 Huilun, 2011

 

Amino acids MW Olive fruit Leaf Pomace Wastewater Extra- virgin oil
Aspartic acid 134 Casado, 2008
Glutamic acid 148 Casado, 2008
Aspargine 133 Casado, 2008
Serine 105 Casado, 2008
Glutamine 146 Casado, 2008
Phenylalanine 165 Peralbo- Molina, 2012
Arginine 174 Casado, 2008
Alanine 89 Casado, 2008
Tyrosine 182 Casado, 2008
Valine 118 Casado, 2008
Leucine 132
Isoleucine 132

 

Other MW Olive fruit Leaf Pomace Wastewater Extra- virgin oil
Unclassified
Halleridone 154 Bianchi, 2003
1,5-anhydroxylitol Campeol, 2004
Poly-unsaturated di- galactoside glycerol diester 951 Bianco, 1998
3-(1-Hydroxymethyl-1- propenyl)pentanedioic acid 200 Obeid, 2007
3-[1-(hydroxymethyl)- (E)-1-propenyl] glutaric acid 200 Gil, 1998
3-[1-(formyl)-(E)-1- propenyl] glutaric acid 202 Gil, 1998

 

Medium-chain fatty acids MW n Fatty acid esters MW Monocylglycerols
Lauric 201 C12:0 Methyl esters 1-monoacylglycerol
Long-chain fatty acids MW n Methyl palmitate 271 2-monoacylglycerol
Myristic 229 C14:0 Methyl heptadecanoate 285 3-monoacylglycerol
Palmitic 257 C16:0 Methyl linoleate 295 Diacylglycerols
Palmitoleic 255 C16:1 Methyl oleate 297 1,2-diacylglycerol
Trans-palmitoleic Methyl stearate 299 2,3-diacylglycerol
Margaric acid 271 C17:0 Ethyl esters 1,3-diacylglycerol
Cis-Heptadecenoic 267 C17:1 Ethyl palmitate 285
Stearic 285 C18:0 Ethyl linoleate 309
Oleic 283 C18:1 Ethyl oleate 311
11-cis-vaccenic 283 11c-C18:1 Ethyl stearate 313
Petroselinic 283
Elaidic 283
Linoelaidic 281
Linoleic 281 C18:2
Linolenic 279 C18:3
Arachidic 313 C20:0
Gadoleic 311
Eicosenoic 311 C20:1
Behenic 341 C22:0
Erucic 339 C22:1
Lignoceric 369 C24:0
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