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- n. A very large class of naturally occurring and synthetic organic compounds formally derived from the hydrocarbon isoprene; they include many volatile compounds used in perfume and food flavours, turpentine, the steroids, the carotene pigments and rubber.
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Camptotheca acuminata is a major natural source of the terpenoid indole alkaloid camptothecin (CPT).
P. macrostachya seeds emit many phenolic and terpenoid volatiles, and the component geranyl linalool is shared among at least eight AG seed species
I'm trying to do my Chemistry homework and I need to know what the terpenoid molecule atisane looks like.
Contributions of tyloses and terpenoid aldehyde phytoalexins to Verticillium wilt resistance in cotton
(terpenoid) and fluoride can influence the expression of specific genes of S. mutans within biofilms and their structural organization using real-time PCR and confocal fluorescence microscopy.