Phenylpropenes

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The phenylpropene molecule

Phenylpropenes are organic molecules found in a variety of plants. The molecule consists of a benzene ring attached to an allyl group and it commonly has a methylenedioxy ring attached to it as well. Most of the phenylpropenes are precursors to other substances, such as mescaline, MDMA, or PMA.

List of substituted phenylpropenes

Compound R2 R3 R4 R5 Structure
Safrole H OCH2- O- H Safrole.svg
Myristicin H OCH2- O- OCH3 Myristicin.svg
Elemicin H OCH3 OCH3 OCH3 Elemicin.svg
Apiole OCH3 OCH2- O- OCH3 Apiole.svg
Nothoapiole - - - -
Anethole - - - -
Chavicol - - - -
Estragole - - - -
Eugenol - - - -
Exalatacin - - - -
Croweacin - - - -
Carpacin - - - -
Asarone - - - -

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