diterpene

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diterpene

[dī′tər‚pēn]
(organic chemistry)
C20H32 A group of terpenes that have twice as many atoms in the molecule as monoterpenes. Any derivative of diterpene.
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Pharmacological Aspects of Andrographis paniculata on Health and Its Major Diterpenoid Constituent Andrographolide.
Diterpenoid resins Diterpenoid resins are primarily composed of mixtures of tricyclic (abietanes and pimaranes) and dicyclic (labdanes) resin acids.
Kong, "Quantitative analysis of four major diterpenoids in Andrographis paniculata by 1H NMR and its application for quality control of commercial preparations," Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, vol.
Erinacines are groups of cyathin diterpenoids that show biological activities as stimulators of NGF synthesis and could be useful as a treatment for neurodegenerative disorders and peripheral neuropathy [19].
Chiou, "Suppression of rat neutrophil reactive oxygen species production and adhesion by the diterpenoid lactone andrographolide," Planta Medica, vol.
According to OKADA (2007) the diterpenoid phytoalexins are classified into four distinct types of polycyclic diterpenes based on the structure of their hydrocarbon diterpene precursors: phytocassanes A-E, A-F oryzalexins, momilactones A and B and oryzalexin S (Figure 3).
Braunt, 2-Hydroxyhautriwaic acid, a clerodane type diterpenoid and other terpenoids from three Baccharis species Phytochemystry.
cordifolia composed of difference active compounds, for example, alkaloids, diterpenoid lactones, glycosides, steroids, sesquiterpenoid, aliphatic (36,37).
The milky white sap in poinsettias contains chemicals called diterpenoid euphorbol esters and the detergent-like molecule saponin that can cause mild vomiting and gastrointestinal discomfort, Dr.
A new labdane diterpenoid from the seed of Aframum danielli.
Peculiarities of diterpenoid steviol glycoside production in in vitro cultures of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni.
(2010) Diterpenoid steviol derivatives regulate the growth of winter wheat and improve its frost resistance.