bibenzyl

bibenzyl

[¦bī′ben·zil]
(organic chemistry)
C14H14 A hydrocarbon consisting of two benzene rings attached to ethane. Also known as dibenzyl.
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New bibenzyl cannabinoid from the New Zealand liverwort Radula marginata.
The bisbibenzyl marchantin A (1) and the bibenzyl combretastatin A-4 (3) are structurally related (Fig.
Cytotoxic bibenzyls, and germacrane-and pinguisane-type sesquiterpenoids from Indonesian, Tahitian and Japanese liverworts.
The genus Lepidozia belonging to the Porellaceae family of the Class Hepaticae (liverworts) is mainly distributed in tropical and subtropical regions of the southern hemisphere and its species are rich sources of various types of secondary metabolites including isobicyclogermacranes, lepidozanes, cadinanes, eudesmanes, maalianes, vitranes, and bibenzyls (Asakawa et al.
New Alloaromadendrane, Cadinene and Cyclocopacamphane Type Sesquiterpene Derivatives and Bibenzyls from Dendrobium nobile.