cinnamate


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cinnamate

[′sin·ə‚māt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt of cinnamic acid, containing the functional group C9H7O2‒.
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At low concentrations, citral was the most liked and methyl cinnamate was the least liked among the young adults.
Recently, its presence was recorded in phytophysiognomic studies of gallery forests within areas of Cerrado in Mato Grosso State, Brazil, where males were attracted and captured in methyl cinnamate baited traps (Anjos-Silva et al.
Fungicidal sesquiterpene dialdehyde cinnamates from Pseudowintera axillaris.
2001) including esters of cinnamic acid either methyl cinnamate (Siddiqui et al.
36###Methyl 3,4-dihydroxy cinnamate (36)###Phenol derivative###H.
roseum viene del methyl cinnamate, la cual tambien esta presente en las fragancias de Stanhopea spp.
In addition, the corresponding water soluble derivatives of those phenolics, sodium salicylate and sodium cinnamate were tested.
The high economic value of this plant is due to the presence of phenyl propanoids, like eugenol, chavicol and their derivatives, or terpenoids, like the monoterpene alcohol linalool, methyl cinnamate and limonene [27].
Cinnamic acid, alphapinene, ethyl cinnamate and vanillin are just some that have been isolated.
En cada transecto se usaron cuatro metodos de captura diferentes: trampas Malaise, Van Someren Rydon, red entomologica y atrayente artificial (metil salicilato, metil cinnamate, vainillin, eugenol, dimetil, skatole, acetato de fentilo y cineole para abejas euglosinas).
Sunscreens: Octyl methoxy cinnamate, persol MCX and benzophenone help protect skin from ultraviolet rays.
Purified extracts of galanga, which are composed primarily of lower alkyl cinnamate esters, have UV-absorbing, (12) antioxidant and tyrosinase-inhibiting properties that suggests their use for anti-aging applications.