phenylamine


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phenylamine

(ˌfiːnaɪləˈmiːn; ˌfɛnɪl-)
n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for aniline
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Noun1.phenylamine - oily poisonous liquid amine obtained from nitrobenzene and used to make dyes and plastics and medicinesphenylamine - oily poisonous liquid amine obtained from nitrobenzene and used to make dyes and plastics and medicines
amine, aminoalkane - a compound derived from ammonia by replacing hydrogen atoms by univalent hydrocarbon radicals
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After completely dried, the developed silica plate was visualized by dipping in a mixed solution containing 2% (w/v) N-phenylaniline, 2% (v/v) phenylamine and 85% (v/v) phosphoric acid in acetone, followed by heating at 85degC for 15 min.
In the brain and spinal cord, Paracetamol is conjugated with arachidonic acid to form N-arachidonoyl phenylamine (AM 404).
Activity of peroxidase, polyphenol oxidase and phenylamine ammonia lyase was increased from 7 DAS upto 21 DAS except the pathogen inoculated control and declined thereafter in all the inoculated treatments.
7] solution and 20 mL of [greater than or equal to] 96% sulfuric acid, shake and stand for 20-30 min; then, add 200-300 mL water, 10mL of 85% phosphoric acid and phenylamine indicator.
3 Mg Plus L Lycine Hcl Plus Methionine Plus L Phenylamine Usp 5 Mg Plus L Thionine 4.
The way of action of some systemic fungicides are known in reasonable way and among them we can mention the benzimidazole, oxatins, inhibitors of ergosterol biosynthesis which derives of phenylamine, but the exact action of many others is still not clarified, like the anilopriminidinas, which inhibit the extracellular protein synthesis of some pathogens like the Botrytis cinerea (GHINI & KIMATI, 2002).

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