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sesquiterpenoid (sesˑ·kw·terˑ·p·noid),

n a derivative of a chemical compound found in the sesquiterpene group; contains a functional group such as alcohol.
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From an Argentinian collection of L chordulifera, the triterpenoids 1-10 and the aromadendrane sesquiterpenoids 11-12 were isolated.
Through a detailed chemical detective investigation that spanned two continents, the confounding structures of these sesquiterpenoids were eventually resolved and the relative insect-juvenilizing activity of each naturally-occurring isomer were determined[12,13 and references dated therein].
Sesquiterpenoids from the Plant Endophytic Fungus Paraconiothyrium brasiliense.
Sandalwood essential oil is a well known mixture of an array of sesquiterpenoid alcohols called santalols (Demote et al.
Dysidotronic acid, a new sesquiterpenoid, inhibits cytokine production and the expression of nitric oxide synthase.
The plant contains wide range of phytoconstituents like alkaloids, diterpenoid lactones, glycosides, steroids, sesquiterpenoid.
pinene, phellandrene, eucalyptol) and sesquiterpenoids (aromadendrene, globulol), respectively, present in Eucalyptus sp.
Among their topics are future perspectives for research on the biosynthesis of juvenile hormones and related sesquiterpenoids in arthropod endocrinology and ecotoxicology, roles of the juvenile hormone analog methoprene in gene transcription, population dynamics models for assessing the endocrine disruption potential of juvenile hormone analogues on non-target species, receptor-guided structure-activity modeling of inhibitors of juvenile hormone epoxide hydrolases, and using multicriteria analysis for selecting candidate insecticides for vector control.
Occurrence of volatile mono- and sesquiterpenoids in highland and lowland plant species as possible precursors for flavor compounds in milk and dairy products.