salicylic acid

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Synonyms for salicylic acid

a white crystalline substance with a bitter aftertaste

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Caption: Arabidopsis thaliana (shown) makes a hormone called salicylic acid that lures some bacteria to the plant's roots while shooing others away.
Softness Bliss Body Lotion : This rich non-greasy lotion further exfoliates your skin with the help of Glycolic and Salicylic acid, while a combination of Baobab, Grape Seed, Sunflower, and Coconut oil protect and nourish your skin.
Therefore, the main purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of different concentrations of salicylic acid on mungbean germination and seedling characteristics under salt stress.
The study provides a conclusive view on the salicylic acid market by segmenting the market based on its applications.
An ARS-University of Maryland team has found evidence that pretreating tomato plants, a relative of potato, with salicylic acid can prevent phytoplasma infections or at least diminish their severity.
In the same year as MacLagan's experiments, two Germans, Kolbe and Lautemann, figured out how to synthesize salicylic acid cheaply, for 90% less than extracting it from willow bark would cost.
In addition, salicylic acid modulates the binding of some transcriptional factors to enhance HSP70 synthesis in tomato seedlings (SNYMAN; CRONJE, 2008).
For plantar warts, is liquid nitrogen or salicylic acid more effective?
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian chemists from Tarbiat Moallem University of Azarbaijan succeeded in the precise measurement of salicylic acid drug in the solid phase extraction from biological media by using nickel-aluminum layered double hydroxide nanoparticles.
The active ingredient of the willow bark is salicylic acid and it had been used before.
Designed to target areas of dark spots and hyper pigmentation, its lightweight formula also has salicylic acid to increase cell turnover bringing fresher skin to the surface.
The bark of the willow tree contains salicylic acid, used to make Asprin.
Select a cleanser with ingredients such as salicylic acid or alpha hydroxy acid to unplug debris from pores," she tells us.
Upholding a lower court ruling in a civil suit, the high court said the boyfriend, who was living in Chiba Prefecture, died suddenly in mid-August 1998 at age 34 due to acute poisoning triggered by salicylic acid, which causes severe symptoms of poisoning in high doses.