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  • noun Plural form of sesquiterpene.

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  • The study found that one of the major factors leading to greater milkweed biomass (or growth) is the production of volatile compounds called sesquiterpenes, which attract such predators as aphid-eating ladybugs.

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  • The study found that one of the major factors leading to greater milkweed biomass (or growth) is the production of volatile compounds called sesquiterpenes, which attract such predators as aphid-eating ladybugs.

    Analysis

  • The study found that one of the major factors leading to greater milkweed biomass (or growth) is the production of volatile compounds called sesquiterpenes, which attract such predators as aphid-eating ladybugs.

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  • The study found that one of the major factors leading to greater milkweed biomass (or growth) is the production of volatile compounds called sesquiterpenes, which attract such predators as aphid-eating ladybugs.

    Analysis

  • The study found that one of the major factors leading to greater milkweed biomass (or growth) is the production of volatile compounds called sesquiterpenes, which attract such predators as aphid-eating ladybugs.

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  • In the main, these are bicyclic and tricyclic sesquiterpenes-hydrocarbons, alcohols, and carboxylic acids.

    4 Questions and Answers

  • Biogenetic implications of the antipodal sesquiterpenes of vetiver oil.

    Chapter 11

  • Despite their novel structures, both the benzopyranyl sesquiterpenes, lucidene (13) and tanzanene (14) isolated from U. lucida ssp.

    Chapter 7

  • A sample of the essential oil extracted from the rhizomes was found to have the following characteristics: SG (30°C) 0.9724 and ND (30°C) 1.5002, and to contain d-alpha-pinene 1.5 per cent; d-camphene 3.5 per cent; cineol 9.6 per cent; a-camphor 4.2 per cent; d-borneol 1.5 per cent; sesquiterpenes 10 per cent; sesquiterpene alcohols 48 per cent.

    Chapter 28

  • Oxalic acid, betacyanins, alkaloids such as betaine, cyanogenic compounds, saponins, sesquiterpenes, and polyphenols all have been reported present in various species.

    5 Vegetable Amaranths

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