cymene


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any of three isotopes of a colorless aromatic liquid hydrocarbon occurring in the volatile oil of cumin and thyme and used in the manufacture of synthetic resins

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In its original form, The Man from Cymene was published in 2006.
Preliminary cytotoxicity studies of Ru cymene and Ru benzene suggest that in the SkBr3 breast cancer cell line, the [IC.
In conclusion, based on the results of this study, it can be stated that dominant compounds in dry-cured loins were: aromatic hydrocarbon (toluene); alkanes (hexane, heptane, and 2,2,4-trimethylpentane); aldehyde (hexanal); alcohol (2-furanmethanol); ketone (3-hydroxy-2-butanone); phenol (guaiacol); and terpenes (eucalyptol, cymene, y-terpinen, and limonene).
Como editora, he tenido claro que mi labor no es, al menos no prioritariamente, previsualizar la direccion o las tematicas privilegiadas de atencion disciplinaria o interdisciplinaria, sino trabajar, parafraseando lo que decia el colectivo editorial de Cultural Anthropology recientemente, "junto con los autores y los evaluadores en el proceso de lograr que los argumentos mas persuasivos y criticos de los textos salgan claramente a flote" (Boyer, Faubion y Cymene 2015, 2) (1).
Cymene Howe is not the first to consider the lives of sexual minorities in Nicaragua, but Intimate Activism is the first book-length treatment of activism around sexual rights in the country.
Howe, Cymene, Intimate Activism: The Struggle for Sexual Rights in Postrevolutionary Nicarasua.
They also plan on analyzing other phenolic compounds, such as eugenol and cymene.
Thyme essential oil has a combination of constituents including thymol, carvacrol, linalool and cymene (which has no independent antibiotic activity) (DeMartino, 2009, Morgan 1989, Pioro-Jabrucka 2007) that most likely working synergistically and exhibited dose dependent antibiosis against the gram positive but not the gram negative species examined.