chemotypes

chemotypes

[′ē·mə‚tīps]
(botany)
Plants of the same species that are chemically different but otherwise indistinguishable.
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UV-B radiation effects on photosynthesis, growth and cannabinoid production of two Cannabis sativa chemotypes.
Differences observed may be due to the different environmental and genetic factors, different chemotypes and the nutritional status of plants [18].
gratissimum treatments could be a result of the active chemotypes of O.
Then, we can define intermediate chemotypes such as chemotype of April with spathulenol (13,31%) / caryphylene oxide (9,65%) /cedryl acetate (8,10%)/ and eudesma -4 (15) ,7--diene-1-p-ol (5,85%).
To date, the screening of more than 10,000 potential anti-Wolbachia compounds has revealed approximately 50 compounds as confirmed hits, leading to identification of about six chemotypes with anti-infective potential.
To date, the screening of more than 10,000 potential anti-Wolbachia compounds has revealed approximately 50 potentially promising compounds, leading to identification of about six chemotypes with anti-infective potential.
com)-- In a study conducted at Department of Phytochemistry, Regional Medical Research Centre (Indian Council of Medical Research), Belgaum, Karnataka, India identified chemotypes of mint.
The collaboration goal will be to develop robust computational structure models and identify chemotypes for families of human G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs), the protein targets which have proven most useful in the development of new drugs.
The Ocimum genus belonging to the Lamiaceae family is characterized by a great variability of both morphology and chemotypes [9,10].
Due to variations in plants EOs composition which is affected by their chemotypes, and/or extraction procedure, and also differences in antimicrobial analysis methods and results among publications, it is hard to make a complete comparison between these results with previously issued data.