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In order to avoid this, we've found that bedbug nymphs release aldehyde pheromones that let the male know that they should look elsewhere," said Harraca.
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(29.) Hong, BC, Tsengand, HC, Chen, SH, "Synthesis of Aromatic Aldehydes by Organocatalytic [4 + 2] and [3 + 3] Cycloaddition of [alpha], [beta]-Unsaturated Aldehydes." Tetrahedron, 63 (13) 2840-2850(2007).
Directions: One of the 3-carbon aldehydes (PGAL or G-3P) is used to make starch in the chloroplast or exported to be used in other biochemical steps to make sugars in the cytosol.
In a similar vein, acetaldehyde, by substrate competitive inhibition of ALDH, has been postulated to cause an increase in the aldehydes derived from biogenic amines (Deitrich and Erwin 1980).
The antifungal activity of the aldehydes from olive fruit here reported, substantiates the use of olive and olive oil in skin diseases and suggests that these natural compounds could be useful agents in the topical treatment of fungal cutaneous infections.
Ozone interactions with carpet: secondary emissions of aldehydes. Environ Sci Technol 36:2185-2192.
When combustion of a fuel takes place, there are a variety of health-affecting by-products produced, including nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, aldehydes, sulphur dioxide, particulates, and water vapor.
It comprises, on a weight basis, one to 30% of an acidic material selected from the group consisting of sulfonic acids, phosphonic acids, phosphoric acids and combinations thereof; together with 10-80% of an organic solvent selected from the group consisting of alcohols, ethers, ketones, aldehydes, esters and combinations thereof.
Unsaturated wood fatty acids may form odorous aldehydes by autoxidation.
"Besides particulates, wood smoke contains nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide and many organic compounds such as aldehydes," says Rosenberg.
With regard to lipid peroxidation, oxidative aldehydes appear to arise as a result of beta cleavage reactions of lipid hydroperoxides, although the exact mechanism of this process has not been fully delineated.
The oxidizer destroys a combination of aldehydes. ketones, alcohols, esters and non-volatile vegetable oil at a rate of 13.3 lbs/hr.
The atmosphere around the scrap dryer also is cleaner, quieter and free from aldehydes.
Lipoxygenase catalyses the oxidation of fatty acids and can be used to generate aroma and flavour compounds, particularly green note aldehydes and alcohols.