bicyclic


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bicyclic

[bī′sī·klik]
(botany)
Having or arranged in two whorls, as in petals.
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Shi, "Extremal matching energy of bicyclic graphs," MATCH Communications in Mathematical and in Computer Chemistry, vol.
Zhou, On the harmonic index of the unicyclic and bicyclic graphs, WSEAS Transaction on Mathematics, 6(12)(2013) 716 726 .
Of these 8 trials, 2 used TCAs, 5 used serotonergic agents, and 1 used viloxazine, a bicyclic antidepressant morpholine derivative not available in the United States that acts as a selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor.
A mechanomolecular model for the movement of chromosomes during mitosis driven by minimal kinetochore bicyclic cascade.
9:45 SYNTHESIS OF C-AND N-SUBSTITUTED BICYCLIC SULFONES AS POTENTIAL INHIBITORS OF HHV-6 **, E.
This forms a bicyclic intermediate which normally then extrudes a molecule of nitrogen gas to form an aromatic ring again.
This has led to the development and testing of inhibitors possessing diverse motifs and functional groups such as pyrrolidine-constrained phenethylamines [12], bicyclic cyanothiazolidines [13], diprolyl nitriles [14] etc.
They are bicyclic monoterpenes found in many plants, such as Citrus limon, Juniperus communis, Rosmarinus officinalis, Pinus palustris, Coriandrum sativum, and Eucalyptus globulus.
The bridged bicyclic monoterpenes a-pinene and b-pinene showed considerable biological activity (Delaquis et al.
Pharmacological profile of a series of bicyclic cannabinoid analogs: classification as cannabimimetic agents.