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The analysis of chamomile flower extract showed the presence of several bioactive phytochemical components including pentadecanoic acid which is a palmitic acid methyl ester that was reported to have a potential antioxidant activity (Vijisaral and Arumugam, 2014); [alpha]-bisabolol (a monocyclic sesquiterpene alcohol) which was found to have an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal properties (Kazemi, 2014) and 4,5,9,10-dehydro-isolongifolene, a sesquiterpene with potent antioxidant properties (Rangasamy and Namasivayam, 2014).
coli had highest resistance to penicillin and first generation cephalosporin followed by to second and third generation cephalosporins and monocyclic lactams.
Scattered information on the effect of temperature on monocyclic components of this disease has been published (PHILLIPS, 1984; BIGGS & NORTHOVER, 1988a; WATSON et al.
In conclusion, the clam Dosinia corrugate from the northeastern coast of China was characterized by a spawning period in summer due to the monocyclic gametogenesis throughout the year.
Limonene is the most abundant monocyclic monoterpene in lemons, oranges, grapefruit, peppermint, spearmint, and other oils (Turner et al.
This water, under a head of 120 ft drives generators of the General Electric monocyclic type, which furnish current at 2,500 volts for transmission around the mountain to the Ontario and Daly mines, five and a half miles distant, where it drives the mills and lights the surrounding buildings.
Zerumbone was identified as a monocyclic sesquiterpene moiety [2,6,10-cy-cloundecatrien-1-one, 2,6,9,9-tetramethyl-,(E,E,E)-] of the essential component in rhizomes of Z.
The screening analysis of the wear debris extracts confirmed the presence of similar compounds as in milled pad, consisting mainly of aliphatic hydrocarbons, monocyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and their mono-, di- tri- and tetraalkylderivatives, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and their alkylderivatives (see Table A.
Phenols (thymol, carvacrol) monocyclic hydrocarbons (terpinolene, R-terpinene, and [gamma]-terpinene) belong to the most active natural antioxidants found in the essential oils [29, 30].
Five groups of compounds were separated and extracted from silica gel with ethyl ether: aliphatic hydrocarbons (AlHC), monocyclic hydrocarbons (MCHC), polycyclic hydrocarbons and some sulfur compounds (PCHC), neutral hetero-atomic (Nhet) and polar hetero-atomic (Phet) compounds.