aldehydic


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Adj.1.aldehydic - of or related to or containing aldehydes
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This indicated that the oxidation process occur by the formation of ketonic and aldehydic carbonyl groups.
The 1H NMR analysis of a polar fraction of the ethyl acetate extract of the culture broth exhibited mixed signal for two tri-substituted benzene rings, signal for aldehydic proton, oxymehtylene and singlet methyl.
Its bright, citrusy, aldehydic character is used to provide fragrance in many applications, including perfumery, personal care products, cosmetics and air care.
Its bright, citrusy, aldehydic character is used to offer fragrance in many applications, including perfumery, personal care products, cosmetics and air care.
Furthermore, a large body of research has highlighted the role of ALDH2 in cardioprotection by combating oxidative stress through a reduction of the cellular aldehydic load (reviewed in (38)).
It is a dialdehyde whose aldehydic groups are highly reactive and can form covalent bonds with functional groups such as primary a mine by Schiff base suggesting that the conjugated aldehyde moieties in the polymers yield more stable reaction products [29-31].
In fact, during the reducing process, oxidation of hydroxyl groups to form carbonyl groups as well as oxidation of alcoholic and aldehydic groups to form carboxylic groups has been reported to be an important factor during synthesis of metal nanoparticles [106].
Rat models have demonstrated that kidneys may be susceptible to accumulation of DFE, and theorized aldehydic metabolites (Table 1) could possibly predispose the kidneys to DFE toxicity.
A role for 4-hydroxynonenal, an aldehydic product of lipid peroxidation, in disruption of ion homeostasis and neuronal death induced by amyloid beta-peptide.
The ethylenic double bond of 4-oxo-4H-benzopyran-3-carbaldehyde (3-formyl chromone) is a very reactive system towards nucleophiles, owing to the presence of aldehydic and pyrone carbonyl groups linked to it [23].