hydrocyanic

hydrocyanic

(ˌhaɪdrəʊsaɪˈænɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) chem of or relating to hydrocyanic acid
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hydrocyanic

[ˌhaɪdrəsaɪˈænɪk] ADJ hydrocyanic acidácido m cianhídrico
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The action of hydrocyanic acid is so rapid that it is usually too late to treat an affected animal after the signs are recognized.
Florakirk bermudagrass has a high hydrocyanic acid potential ([HCN.sub.p]), especially under high levels of N fertilization However, no demmental effects on grazing cattle at Ona have been attributed to [HCN.sub.p] in this grass.
For estimation of hydrocyanic acid (HCN) production by Pseudomonas sp., a color change in the sodium picrate containing filter paper strip was observed from yellow to orange brown to dark brown (Bakker and Schippers 1987).
These contain under certain conditions, prussic acid (hydrocyanic acid), a deadly poison which interferes with the oxygen-carrying ability of the blood.
Environmental, breeding, and inheritance studies of hydrocyanic acid in sorghum vulgare var.
For hydrocyanic acid (HCN), the Baker and Schippers (1987) was followed in Kings B medium (King et al., 1954), supplemented with 4.4g/ L of glycine.
During the wilting process, hydrocyanic acid is produced.
Johnson grass, Sudan grass, common sorghum, wild black cherry, chokeberry and arrow grass commonly produce hydrocyanic acid.
It contains amygdalin, hydrocyanic acid, and considerable amounts of phytosterol, which is composed of beta sitosterol and campesterol (1)
What does it do: Duranta contains a number of triterpinene saponins such as hydrocyanic acid, durantinin and oleanic acid.
To promote growth, PGPR use different mechanisms of action such as the production of phytohormones, antibiotics, hydrocyanic acid, lytic enzymes, siderophores, phosphate solubilisation, and nitrogen fixation (Glick, 2012; Souza et al., 2015).
French intelligence, relying on an analysis of the same open-source information used by the OPCW information cell, noted that the symptoms observed in the images and videos "are characteristic of a chemical weapons attack, particularly choking agents and organophosphorus agents or hydrocyanic acid."