Sinalbin


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Sin`al´bin


n.1.(Chem.) A glucoside found in the seeds of white mustard (Brassica alba, formerly Sinapis alba), and extracted as a white crystalline substance.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Metabolite profiling of Arabidopsis seedlings in response to exogenous sinalbin and sulfur deficiency.
Studies suggest sinalbin degradation products and other compounds released into soil by applications of white mustard seed meals can kill or suppress certain weedy grasses and annual broadleaf weeds.
Washington, Jan 5 (ANI): New studies have suggested that that sinalbin and other compounds released into soil by applications of white mustard seed meals can kill or suppress certain weedy grasses and annual broadleaf weeds.
Sinalbin is the same compound that gives white mustard its pungent flavor.
Freeman and Mossadeghi (1972) reported that the amount of glucosinolate sinalbin, p-hydroxybenzylglucosinolate in seeds of white mustard (Sinapis alba) increases more than 18-fold as the sulfur content increases from 0 to 3 milliequivalent/liter in the nutrient medium.
Developmental profile of sinalbin (p-hydroxybenzyl glucosinolate) in mustard seedlings, Sinapis alba L., and its relationship to insect resistance.