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terpenoid

[′tər·pə‚nȯid]
(organic chemistry)
Any compound with an isoprenoid structure similar to that of the terpene hydrocarbons.
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Furthermore, the expression of other secondary compounds (e.g., volatile terpenoids), presumably produced by Brazilian peppertree in response to herbivory (Barbosa et al.
Terpenoids, which are made up of repeating 5-carbon molecule chains (isoprene), provide fragrance in aromatic bark and wood, citrus peel, and smelly herbs (eg, sage, mint).
Terpenoids: Presence or absence of terpenoids in extracts was detected by Salkowski test.
Terpenoids constitute the largest class of natural products derived from isoprene (C5) units joined head-to-tail or tail-to-head, among other possibilities.
Our findings have demonstrated that the dissolution of total flavonoids and terpenoids in ultrafine G.
The occurrence of terpenoids in plants cause cytotoxic effects, growth hormones and tumor promoters [29].
According to the phytochemical investigation of column fractions of petroleum ether extract, the three fractions B and E were selected for the antimicrobial investigation due to the presence of more active constituents such as flavonoids, terpenoids, tannins and alkaloids, coumarin than the other fractions.
Key words: Terpenoids; HMGS; HMG-CoA; biosynthetic pathway; expression.
wilkesiana revealed that they contain flavonoid, saponin and tannin in varying proportions with traces of steroid and alkaloid, while terpenoid was absent.
Pursuant to the R&D Agreement, initial research will focus on the identification and assessment of novel research and development approaches to utilize the cannabis plant and its derivatives, including cannabinoids, terpenes, terpenoids, polyphenols and flavones.
In inner face, a reddish brown color appeared that was indication for terpenoids.
The topics there include marine antioxidants and assay methods, secondary metabolite accumulation and production through in vitro cultures, effective processing methods for fruits and vegetables, phytochemical biopesticides, and novel terpenoids as anti-cancer stem cell agents.