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trimer

[′trī·mər]
(chemistry)
An oligomer whose molecule is composed of three identical monomers.
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trimera (50 g) were extracted with 1 L of distilled water (73 [degrees]C, 30 min), yielding the aqueous extract (AE).
trimera in the modulation of oxidative stress and to evaluate the preventive effect of B.
Tratamentos CN CNI Ano Especies 2000 2001 2000 2001 Aster squamatus 24 0 0 0 Axonopus affinis 508 536 428 390 Baccharis trimera 603 321 214 270 Cyperus lanceolatus 100 118 87 21 Eleocharis sp.
Habitat.--Endemic; uncommon species in the afro-alpine zone of Mt Kilimanjaro in tussock grasslands of the moorland zone and in Erica trimera bushland.
trimera were considered, sucrose was the most effective alternative.
Swedish construction group Trimera AB (formerly Roxi Stenhus Gruppen) published its third quarter figures on Friday (21 November), posting an operating profit of SEK1.13m, as compared to a loss of SEK1.38m in the third quarter of 2007.
(EU055851, Goldenberg, 770; EU056111): Miconia triangularis Gleason (EU055852, Penneys, 1866; EU056112): Miconia trimera Wurdack (EF418907): Miconia trinervia (Sw.) D.
Gene et al., Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic Activity of Baccharis trimera: Identification of its Active Constituents, Planta.