Definitions

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  • n. Any salt or ester of malonic acid

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. A salt of malonic acid.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • According to the Journal of Food and Science, the molecules that make up the aroma of pineapple areacetoxyacetone, dimethyl malonate, trans-tetrahydro-α,α,trimethyl-5-vinyl fur-furyl alcohol, methyl cis-4?

    Ananas Fizz

  • Heat shock proteins in sorghum and pearl millet; ethanol, sodium arsenite, sodium malonate and the development of thermotolerance.

    Chapter 28

  • Heat shock proteins in sorghum and pearl millet; ethanol. sodium arsenite, sodium malonate and the development of thermotolerance.

    Chapter 28

  • Figure 4B: Influence and radioactivity incorporation of acetate and malonate in aloe-emodin in static cultures of Cassia senna

    Chapter 7

  • The malonate was fed at the leaf-base where an axillary bud was evident.

    Chapter 7

  • (2-14C) - malonate, anthraquinones extracted at regular intervals and separated by HPLC prior to measurement of radioactivity.

    Chapter 7

  • Plants were fed with 14C-malonate and radio-active incorporation monitored at regular intervals by HPLC.

    Chapter 7

  • Figure 4A: Influence and radioactivity incorporation of acetate and malonate in chrysophanol in static cultures of Cassia senna

    Chapter 7

  • Figure 3B: Influence and radioactivity incorporation of acetate and malonate in emodin in static cultures of Cassia senna

    Chapter 7

  • (OTCBB: OLGX) through its wholly owned Irish subsidiary Osteologix Limited and the Servier Research Group, the leading French independent pharmaceutical company, today announced that Osteologix has granted Servier an exclusive royalty bearing license to develop and commercialize NB S101 (strontium malonate) to treat post menopausal osteoporosis, other bone and joint disorders and dental indications worldwide, except in the U.S.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

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