salicylic acid

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Synonyms for salicylic acid

a white crystalline substance with a bitter aftertaste

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Miura, Abiotic Stress and Role of Salicylic Acid in Plants," in Abiotic Stress Responses in Plants, eds A.
These luxurious towels are soaked in a proprietary blend of Glycolic acid, Salicylic acid, Witch Hazel, and Arginine.
In addition to salicylic acid, Benzac contains Kakadu plum, an antioxidant superfruit known for having high natural concentrations of vitamin C, to brighten the skin; lemon myrtle, a natural astringent, that helps reduce excess oil; and the mineral zinc, which has been shown to act as a barrier against skin moisture loss.
Besides salicylic acid, which is preferred by many dermatologists for chemical exfoliation, the formula contains ceramides and vitamin D.
Evaluation of heat shock and salicylic acid treatments as inducers of drought stress tolerance in Hassawi wheat.
Salicylic acid (SA) is a naturally occurring plant hormone of phenolic nature that has diverse effects on tolerance to abiotic stresses [5].
Willow trees are well-known sources of salicylic acid, and for thousands of years, humans have extracted the compound from the tree's bark to alleviate minor pain, fever, and inflammation.
Trees of citrus cvs 'Lane Late' and 'Valencia Late' oranges were sprayed ten days before anticipated harvest with salicylic acid (SA) at different concentrations (2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9 mM).
Salicylic acid preparations are inexpensive and available without a prescription and are considered the first-line treatment for warts.
Raffaele Piria, an Italian chemist, hydrolyzed salicin to salicylic alcohol and with a bit further chemical manipulation produced salicylic acid in 1838.
Salicylic acid and ammonium lactate help loosen and exfoliate dead skin cells which allow moisturizing ingredients such as ceramides and hyaluronic acid to penetrate deeper layers of the skin for enhanced effectiveness.
We undertook a randomised controlled trial to assess the clinical and cost effectiveness of cryotherapy using liquid nitrogen and salicylic acid to treat plantar warts in which the patients' treatment preference was recorded prior to randomisation[12].