chemotypes

chemotypes

[′ē·mə‚tīps]
(botany)
Plants of the same species that are chemically different but otherwise indistinguishable.
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aethiopica populations from the Cameroon, Benin and Nigeria were previously studied (Table 2) and three chemotypes can be defined based on their major oil components.
Essential oils from New Zealand manuka: triketone and other chemotypes of Leptospermum scoparium.
In particular, such doses should deliver at least 3 mg to 4 mg of eleutheroside E alone, the more important quality marker (which is highest only in Russian chemotypes of this species).
Several chemotypes were detected in these works: cis-epoxyocimene and [alpha]-thujone chemotypes (plants from Italy), chrysantenyl acetate and sabinyl acetate chemotypes (plants from France), and a mixed chemotype (plants from Italy, Siberia, and Romenia).
2003), novel natural-product chemotypes with interesting structures and biological activities continue to be reported.
A PCR assay was carried out to identify the chemotypes of the isolates.
Based on the chemical differences of the volatile oil compositions, Pogostemon cablin is divided into two chemotypes, Pogostone-type and Patchouliol-type.
Recent progress in plant biotechnology has made possible the cultivation of Cannabis chemotypes rich in specific phytocannabinoids, from which standardized extracts, containing known amounts of phytocannabinoids, may be obtained (Russo 2011).
7A, B), it was found that this species can be classified in different groups of chemotypes.
It is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid extracted from specific chemotypes of the cannabis plant which indicated the ability to treat seizures in pre-clinical models of epilepsy with significantly fewer side effects than presently approved anti-epileptic drugs.
Three chemotypes (CT) have been ascribed in the literature, CT-citral, CT-ocimene and CTmenthene, with a great chemical composition variability verified for different populations of Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina states (Echeverrigaray et al.