chemotype


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chemotype,

n plants that are practically indistinguishable from one another in appearance but are nevertheless unique in their composition and therefore are used to treat distinct diseases.
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As part of the agreement, Carmot will apply its proprietary lead-identification technology, Chemotype Evolution, to discover and advance novel drug leads intended for the treatment of Parkinson's disease and other selected disease areas.
According to the agreement, Carmot will implement its proprietary lead-identification technology, Chemotype Evolution, to discover and advance novel drug leads intended for the treatment of Parkinson's disease and other selected disease areas.
Differences in the chemotype of two native spearmint clonal lines selected for rosmarinic acid accumulation in comparison to commercially grown native spearmint.
To comply with that law, the CU Bolder researchers used chemotype data, rather than actual samples, acquired from Steep Hill Labs, an independent cannabis testing facility headquartered in California.
Variations in the essential oil composition of Artemisia pedemontana gathered in Spain: chemotype camphor-1,8-cineole and chemotype davanone.
These differences in composition depend upon the chemotype prevalent in a particular geographic region (Zarshenas et al.
A good hint to the answer was given by DePriest (1993), who proposed that the lichen acid-deficient chemotype may result from "suppression of intron slicing from genes that encode enzymes in the chemical pathways".
aeruginosa are predominantly characterized by having rich thymol chemotype.
One chemotype ('E-nerolidol') is characterized by acyclic foliar terpenes with high concentrations of the sesquiterpene Enerolidol (74-95% of total oil), and the monoterpene linalool (Ireland et al.
Identification of a new chemotype in Cannabis sativa: cannabigerol-dominant plants, biogenetic and agronomic prospects.