chemotypes

chemotypes

[′ē·mə‚tīps]
(botany)
Plants of the same species that are chemically different but otherwise indistinguishable.
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has completed the regulatory process and received strain approval from the technical directorate of the ICA (Colombian Institute of Agriculture), representing a diverse range of chemotypes, with various ratios of CBD to THC.
As a result of the collaboration, over 2,000 analogues and over 80 distinct chemotypes have been produced, which clearly comprise several privileged structures for binding to epitranscriptomic targets, demonstrating and utilizing cross-target synergies within this target space.
The plants Lippia alba and Lippia origanoides (Verbenaceae) are widely reported in South America (HENNEBELLE et al., 2008; STASHENKO et al., 2010) and have several chemotypes (JULIAO et al., 2003; STASHENKO et al., 2010; SOARES et al., 2017).
Physiological responses of Rhamdia quelen (Siluriformes: Heptapteridae) to anesthesia with essential oils from two different chemotypes of Lippia alba.
origanoides, such as carvacrol, thymol, trans-[beta]-cariophyllene, [rho]-cimene, [beta]-mircene, [alfa]-humulene and g-terpinene, were classified into chemotypes according to their chemical composition (Oliveira et al., 2006).
In aromatic species of medicinal interest, studies of genetic structure have concentrated on germplasm of domesticated species or those which chemotypes have already been identified and have consolidated space in the market.
This means that there will be natural variations of components within the same chemotypes of essential oils.
The funds will be used for high-throughput screening, identification of new chemotypes and a clinical candidate and IND-enabling studies for the clinical candidate.
sidoides containing the thymol and carvacrol chemotypes have been reported to act as anesthetics in silver catfish (Rhamdia quelen), which further strengthens this hypothesis (7).
Meant to supplement their popular certification courses and provide aromatherapists with continuing education, Stillpoint Online's intensive lectures cover topics like addressing PTSD with essential oil, essential oil chemotypes, and safety guidelines around internal use of essential oils.