limonene


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limonene

Oncology
A cyclic monoterpene found in the oil of citrus fruits, which is thought to have anticarcinogenic properties and is in clinical trials as a therapy for advanced cancer.

limonene

(līm′ō-nēn)
An essential oil derived from orange or lemon peel. It is used as a flavoring agent in cough syrups.
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were [gamma]-terpinene (253), limonene (64), and p-cymene (308) using sporulated surface culture (Scheme 107).
However, although [alpha]-pinene, [beta]-pinene, and (-)-trans-caryophyllene concentrations were considerably lower, limonene and terpineol concentrations were almost nondetectable in July and September samples.
However, when R-limonene is oxidized, it includes limonene hydroperoxides, which Dr.
With respect to previous reports, it is clear that (Z,Z)-3,6-nonadien-1-ol, (E)-[beta]-caryophyllene, (E)-[alpha]-bergamotene, (E,E)-[alpha]-farnesene and limonene can be found in the volatile emissions of Ceratitis capitata, A.
Goats of the T group were orally administered with 1 g of each one of the following terpenes: [alpha]-pinene, limonene and [beta]-caryophyllene \ (Sigma Aldrich: No.
Limonene arrests parasite development and inhibits isoprenylation of proteins in Plasmodium falciparum.
In each 10-day period there were 10, 1-h feeding experiments of the 4 treatments (spruce, juniper, limonene, or camphene).
3] over 8 hr (OSHA 2007), which suggests a higher toxicity than for limonene.
Changes in eye blink frequency as a measure of trigeminal stimulation by exposure to limonene oxidation products, isoprene oxidation products and nitrate radicals.
With limonene, an asymmetric, open cellular morphology with relatively small pores was obtained (Fig.
Ozone and limonene in indoor air: A source of sub-micron particle exposure.
Migrants examined in the tests included octene, styrene, limonene, bisphenol A (BPA), diphenyl butadiene (DPBD) and triclosan.