sesquiterpene

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sesquiterpene

(ˌsɛskwɪˈtɜːpiːn)
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(Elements & Compounds) any of certain terpenes whose molecules contain one and a half times as many atoms as a normal terpene. Formula: C15H24
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The phytochemical screening was carried out to detect the presence of secondary metabolites such as alkaloids, flavonoids, quinones, polyphenols, tannins, saponins, steroids, monoterpenoid, triterpenoid, and sesquiterpenoid were performed following the method described by Farnsworth.
Moreover, its sesquiterpenoid components showed toxicity to lice and scabies, and its dotriacontane alcohol has mite removal effect.
cordifolia include phenolics, alkaloids, steroids, diterpenoid lactones, sesquiterpenoid, glycosides, polysaccharides, and aliphatic compounds.
00 epoxide<allo-> Identified Compounds Monoterpene Hydrocarbons Hydroxylated Hydrocarbons Oxygenated Monoterpenoid Sesquiterpene Hydrocarbon Phenylpropanoids Oxygenated Sesquiterpenoid Compound Autumn Winter Spring Summer [alpha]-Pinene 0.
These two events are regulated by the steroid 20-hydroxyecdysone, and the sesquiterpenoid juvenile hormone [26].
isolated two limonoids, one triterpenoid, one steroid, and one sesquiterpenoid, as well as nine known limonoids from the bark of M.
The steroid 20-hydroxyecdysone (20E) and the sesquiterpenoid juvenile hormone (JH) are 2 major hormones that regulate the metamorphosis and development of H.
Thapsigargin, is a sesquiterpenoid found in Thapsia garganica plants and Withaferin A, is a triterpenoid found in Withania somnifera plants.
It has been suggested that the sesquiterpenoid hormone methyl farnesoate (MF) may have a stimulatory effect on ovarian development (Borst et at, 1987; Nagaraju et al.
Important constituents of this plant are monoterpenes such as canellal (l) (5), eugenol (2) (6), eucalyptol (3) (7), and the drimane sesquiterpenoid 4, which is isolated mainly from the stem bark (Figure 1) (8).