xylidine


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xy·li·dine

(zī'li-dēn),
Aminodimethylbenzene; used as a reagent and in the manufacture of dyes.

xylidine

a compound used in blending gasoline; a potent hepatoxin.
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At 25 and 40 DAA (Figures 4D-E and 5D-E), negative reaction to Xylidine Ponceau indicated that the seeds were at a maturation stage in which protein reserves were still absent in the embryo.
The Xylidine Ponceau test verified the presence of a large accumulation of protein globules in the endosperm of both species during all maturation stages, except at 25 DAA.
A) Submitted to the bromophenol blue technique; (B) Staining with xylidine ponceau; (C) Submitted to the PAS the technique; (D) Submitted to the von Kossa method (Calcium in brown color).
N-sulfonated derivatives of 2,3-xylidine were obtained in good yields by reaction of 2,3- xylidine with different sulfonyl chlorides in alkaline media.
Effect of the inducers veratryl alcohol, xylidine and ligninosulphonates on activity and thermal stability and inactivation kinetics of laccase from Trametes versicolor.
Production of laccase by Pycnoporus sanguineus using 2,5 - xylidine and ethanol.
Based on the effects seen in animals, it is likely that xylidine can be absorbed through skin in sufficient amounts to cause dangerous methemoglobinemia [5].
A steady-state mathematical model that takes into account the mass transfer between phases, the reaction between ozone and xylidine, xylidine vaporization, the enhancement of the mass transfer due to the reaction between ozone and xylidine, and the stoichiometric ratio of the consumed ozone to the reacted xylidine was developed for the wetted-wall reactor.