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phe·no·lic

 (fĭ-nō′lĭk, -nŏl′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, containing, or derived from phenol.
n.
Any of various synthetic thermosetting resins, obtained by the reaction of phenols with simple aldehydes and used to make molded products and as coatings and adhesives. Also called phenolic resin.
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phenolic

(fɪˈnɒlɪk)
adj
(Elements & Compounds) of, containing, or derived from phenol
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Noun1.phenolic - a thermosetting resin
synthetic resin - a resin having a polymeric structure; especially a resin in the raw state; used chiefly in plastics
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Phenolics are secondary metabolites that have attracted increasing interest in science and industry in recent years due to their beneficial health effects, primarily for their antioxidant properties.
Conclusions: This study revealed that cinnamon stick, clove, and hibiscus were good sources of natural plant phenolics and antioxidants especially consumed as infusions or decoctions prepared at home in daily diet.
While some differences exist, overall, industrially processed potato products compare favorably to freshly prepared products in how they retain phenolics.
Accordingly, we hypothesized that these inducers can be applied exogenously to increase the production of secondary metabolites (phenolics) in plant tissues, eliciting resistance in Brachiaria grasses and sugarcane.
Mumper, "Plant phenolics: extraction, analysis and their antioxidant and anticancer properties," Macromolecules, vol.
Phenolics were not equally distributed in the wheat grains but concentrated in the outer layers [10].
Lemon (Citrus limon) being an important member of citrus fruits which is a rich source of many bioactive components including phenolics [5].
Phytochemical screening and determination of phenolics and flavonoids was done by Folin-Ciocalteu reagent and aluminium chloride colorimetric methods.
Antioxidant activity, anthocyanins and phenolics of rabbiteye blueberry (vacciniumashei) by -products as affected by fermentation.
According to table 1, the content of total flavonoids (in terms of lyophilized sample) of the peanut skin (2.44 [+ or -] 0.22mg QE [g.sup.-1]) was significantly higher than the grape marc (1.76 [+ or -] 0.05mg QE [g.sup.-1]) and mango bagasse (1.70 [+ or -] 0.10mg QE [g.sup.-1]) and these results were not correlated with total phenolics. However, in terms of dry extract, grape marc showed the highest content of total flavonoids (22.43 [+ or -] 2.89 mg QE [g.sup.-1]) followed by peanut skin and mango bagasse (16.14 [+ or -] 1.71 and 4.60 [+ or -] 0.30mg QE [g.sup.-1], respectively).