"It is unacceptable the workers were left to scavenge
in fields for food as they had not been paid for 35 days.
Second, melatonin not only detoxifies the highly toxic *OH, but also scavenges
its precursor, [H.sub.2][O.sub.2].
"By the time it reaches retail it will have done its magic, but it will continue to scavenge
on the retail shelf if oxygen transmission continues through the barrier," Cook says.
In addition, the EC50 values were 0.5 mg/mL (CJHP-N), 0.2 mg/mL (CJHP-1) and 0.1 mg/mL (CJHP-2), respectively, suggesting that the three polysaccharide fractions had a remarkable activity to scavenge
(2008) who stated that free radicals are distinctly scavenge
by medicinal plants.
Second, during transects we also regularly encountered desert iguanas (Dipsosaurus dorsalis) which occasionally scavenge
carrion (Norris, 1953).
The occurrence and extent of scavenging by Ringtails remains not well known, but it is not surprising that they may be willing to scavenge
relatively large prey items when opportunities allow.
"Literally, to scavenge
through someone's trash is just unsightly.
The influence of the type of solvent on the capacity to scavenge
free radicals was much greater than that of temperature.
Antioxidants are both natural and synthetic compounds, able to scavenge
free radicals and to inhibit oxidation processes .
Several studies have shown that plant derived antioxidant nutraceuticals scavenge
free radicals and modulate oxidative stress-related degenerative effects .