quinaldine


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quinaldine

[′kwin·əl‚dēn]
(organic chemistry)
C9H6NCH3 A colorless, oily liquid with a boiling point of 246-247°C; soluble in alcohol, chloroform, and ether; used in medicine as an antimalarial. Also known as chinaldine.
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SMALL, B.C., Anesthetic efficacy of metomidate and comparison of plasma cortisol responses to tricainemethanesulfonate, quinaldine and clove oil anesthetized channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus.
Eid, Investigation of Dyed Film Based on Quinaldine Red Dyed Poly(Vinyl Alcohol) and Poly(Vinyl Butyral) for High Dose Dosimetry Applications.
Grandcourt, 31 Dec 1992; BPBM 37663, 38 mm, Indonesia, Mentawai Islands, Siberut Island, off entrance to Sarabua Bay, 1[degrees]30'S, 99[degrees]10'E, reef and coral rubble, 8 m, quinaldine, J.
Holotype: BPBM 34220, female, 24.5 mm, Indonesia, Molucca Islands, Halmahera, Elmoos Reef, 0[degrees]10'N 128[degrees]0'E, silty sand and rubble, 55 m, quinaldine, J.
One group of fish was collected (California Fish & Game permit # 803034-01) on Santa Catalina Island, California, in May 2002 (pre-breeding season), using an anesthetic solution of quinaldine sulfate (Sigma Chemical) and hand-nets.
In the current work, respiration rate (Rr, in [micro]L [L.sup.-1] [g.sup.-1] [min.sup.-1]) was used as index to establish recovery profiles in Pinctada mazatlanica and evaluate relaxation therapies of three doses and two exposure times using propylene phenoxetol (PP), MS-222 (MS), and quinaldine (QN), in comparison with an untreated (CTRL) model.
Prior to 1990, landings data were collected only from individuals holding quinaldine permits.
Other chemicals, including quinaldine and plant toxins, are also used to capture reef fish alive.
Anesthetics include tricaine methanesulfonate (MS-222) and quinaldine. Disinfectants include formalin, malachite green, benzalkonium chloride, chlorine, iodine, and potassium permanganate.
All fish were captured using aquarium dip nets without the use of quinaldine or any other anesthetic.
Recruits were removed using the anesthetic Quinaldine and hand nets, and then preserved in buffered 95% ethanol for later otolith analyses.