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Synonyms for furfural

a liquid aldehyde with a penetrating odor

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Possible role of 2- Furaldehyde in the biological control of white root disease of rubber.
Following standards were used: Hexadecane, 3-octanol, hexanal, pentadecane, 3-hexene-1-ol, 2-undecanone, 2- heptanone, butanal, 2-nonanone, 1-heptanal, furaldehyde, 3methyl-1-butanol, trans-3-hexene-1-ol, octanal and decanal.
With the aforementioned precluded, we tested several other aldehydes, including 2-hexanal, cinnamic aldehyde, glyceraldehyde, furaldehyde, and 5-hydroxymethyl-2-furaldehyde, together with several compounds such as glycine-MDA, methionine-MDA, and dianil-MDA, which contain the MDA moiety [11].
Standardization of LWDH-WE was done using HPLC fingerprinting with chemical standards including 5hydroxymethyl-2- furaldehyde (Sigma-Aldrich, USA), morroniside (Must, China), loganin (Scientific Pharmaceutical Elite Company, Taiwan), paeoniflorin (Nacalai Tesgue, Japan), verbascoside (Scientific Pharmaceutical Elite Company, Taiwan), and paeonol (Nacalai Tesgue, Japan).
This degradation may be either biological or thermal in nature, the latter especially for the furans, furaldehydes and dibenzofuran (Pastorova et al.