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Synonyms for cinnamon

tropical Asian tree with aromatic yellowish-brown bark

spice from the dried aromatic bark of the Ceylon cinnamon tree

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The investigators exposed cinnamic aldehyde to 158 F for up to 1 hour in a closed system.
1), while the phenolic acids include structures from both the benzoic (HB, PCH) and cinnamic (HC, CAF) acid groups (Fig.
Effects of caffeic acid and cinnamic acid on glucose uptake in insulin-resistant mouse hepatocytes.
In addition, cinnamic acids play vital role in the synthesis of other important compounds.
For instance, a tree can convert the amino acid phenylalanine into cinnamic acid, a precursor to compounds thought to be important to the tree's defense system.
Chemical constituents of the roots and rhizomes of black cohosh include cycloartenol-type triterpenoids, cinnamic acid derivatives (ferulic acid, isoferulic acid, and piscidic and fukiic acid esters) (Kruse 1999).
Shortly thereafter, his early lab experiments with highly potentized cinnamic aldehyde and coumarin (a variety of cinnamon) proved capable of immunizing chicken embryos from Newcastle disease virus and later was found to be effective against avian flu H9, Sendai virus, and herpes simplex 1.
Cinnamic acid, alphapinene, ethyl cinnamate and vanillin are just some that have been isolated.
In order to better understand the conditions that may affect the antimicrobial activity of plant-derived phenolics, researchers at the University of Georgia determined the activity of cinnamic aldehyde when it is exposed to high temperatures.
Because of its signal-enhancing properties, cinnamic acid was added .
acid; b-pinene; b-sitosterol-glucoside; borneol; bornyl acetate; camphor; caprionic acid; carvone; cinnamic acid methyl ester; cinnamic alcohol; confertiflorin; confertifolin; ellagic acid; fenchone; formic acid; gallic acid; isodrimeninol; isodrimenol; isopolygodial; isorhamnetin; isotadeonal; kaempferol; malic acid; melissic acid; P-cymol; persicarin; persicarin-7-methyl ether; phellandrene; poligonone; polygodial; polygonal; polygonolide; quercetin; quercetin-7-glucoside; quercitrin; rhamnazin; rhamnesin; rutin; sitosterol; tannic acid; terpineol; valerianic acid [17].
Of the various phenolics, hydroxyquinone and hydroxybenzoic acid showed inhibition of ATPase activity; chlorogenic acid was completely inhibitory whereas cinnamic acid was stimulatory [39].
Carvacrol and cinnamic acid inhibit microbial growth in fresh-cut melon and kiwifruit at 4[degrees] and 8[degrees]C.
Tomato is rich in phenolic compounds (flavonoids, flavones, cinnamic acid derivatives), phytoalexins, protease inhibitors, glycoalkaloids, and carotenoids, but especially in lycopene and [beta]-carotene.
Patch testing elicited positive reactions to balsam of Peru (a fragrance as well as a flavoring agent put in cola drinks that cross-reacts with orange juice) and cinnamic aldehyde.