terpenoid


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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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2016), revealed that the major constituents were terpenoids with the presence of [beta]-phellandrene (18.
The variation in yield of extracts was due to the solubility rates and reactivity of terpenoid and other bioactive compounds in ethanol at room temperature.
Our findings have demonstrated that the dissolution of total flavonoids and terpenoids in ultrafine G.
The results obtained from the phytochemical screening of the extract in Table 1 agrees with those reported by Ogundare and Onifade (2009) and Patience and Godwin (2010) which stated that phenolics, alkaloids, cardiac glycosides, flavonoids, terpenoids, and steroids are present in the methanolic extract of A.
As for the plant-derived compounds, 20 metabolites with insecticidal and fungicidal activities have been identified, where terpenoids have been the most promising group (Boulogne et al.
In 2012, leaf removal did not influence bound-form terpenoid concentrations despite differences in cluster zone PAR.
1991) Acid and Nile blue (Cain, 1947) neutral lipids Terpenoids Essential oils Nadi reagent (David and Carde, and oleoresins 1964) Phenolic Phenolic Ferric chloride (Johansen, 1940) compounds general Potassium dichromate (Gabe, 1968) Tanin Chloridric vanillin (Mace et al.
The chemical compounds of these extracts are flavonoids, terpenoid, phenolic (tannins), and alkaloids.
Of those metabolites identified to differ significantly between groups, 12 metabolites [Table 2] and [Figure 6], were clustered in the fatty acid, phospholipids, amino acids, and terpenoid compounds metabolite sets.
Four fractions were collected, out of which terpenoid fraction (F1) and flavonoid fraction (F3) showed better antioxidant and antimicrobial activities than those of MJE [8] and thus were selected for the present study.
The similar actions of estragole on these two types of neurons indicate that this terpenoid affects a wide range of axon diameters.