allene


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allene

[‚a′lēn]
(organic chemistry)
C3H4 An unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbon with two double bonds. Also known as propadiene.
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Dear sister of Jean, Senga, Eleanor, Carolanne, Joan, Allene and Hugh.
to be a good father to my four kids, Nella, Ixia, Lucas and Allene. She always reminds me that, more than any of the things that keep me busy, family should always be my priority.'
* Allene Jeanes -- Working in Peoria, Jeanes discovered a way to produce dextran, which could temporarily replace lost blood.
The latter is further oxidized and cyclized into cis-(+)-12-oxophytodienoic acid (cis-(+)-OPDA) by the actions of allene oxide synthase (AOS) and allene oxide cyclase (AOC) [59].
Tammie Sherelle Alexander, Jeffrey Banham, Kandee Barnes, Linda R Billings, Christy Bruno, Mordecia Dickenson, Rachel Doerr, Ashley Anne Forjet, Carol Fox, Sandra Garrison, Sheila Green, Tamara Bowen Harris, Lauren Elizabeth Hart, Shovonda Marie Heidelberg, Dionne Rene Hill, Komedka Hope Hopkins, Sherry Ivy, Alicia L Johnson, Leigh Ann Landy, Kristin Legge, Jennifer H Lindley, Michelle Nash, Jennifer Palmer, Carol L Patterson, Lakesha Patterson-Flynn, Allene Poole, Laura Reed, Kimberly Reid, Daphne L.
Once mixed with fresh intake charge and fuel, these reformate streams have been observed to alter overall charge reactivity characteristics, particularly when significant concentrations of acetylene, allene, or acetaldehyde are present [11, 12].
Increased tolerance to salt stress in OPDA-deficient rice ALLENE OXIDE CYCLASE mutants is linked to an increased ROS-scavenging activity.
Allene (1) was prepared according to a previously described method [25, 26].
Guex et al., "Natural variation of potato allene oxide synthase 2 causes differential levels of jasmonates and pathogen resistance in Arabidopsis," Planta, vol.
Shine, MD, Melodie Krane, JD, Allene Evans, JD, Erika Kenney, BA, and Kathy Smith, BA, from the University of Texas System.