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Chiral specificity in responses by the bark beetleDendroctonus valens to host kairomones
The attraction of the red turpentine beetle to the resin volatiles of its host,Pinus ponderosa, is elicited by three chiral monoterpenes, demonstrating the importance of chirality of host compounds in the host finding behavior of this bark beetle.
Antibacterial activity of coriander volatile compounds against Salmonella choleraesuis.
- I. Kubo, Ken-Ichi Fujita, A. Kubo, K. Nihei, T. Ogura
- BiologyJournal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 6 May 2004
The time-kill curve study showed that these alpha,beta-unsaturated aldehydes are bactericidal against S. choleraesuis at any growth stage and that their bactericidal action comes in part from the ability to act as nonionic surfactants.
Antioxidant activity of anacardic acids
Kinetics of mushroom tyrosinase inhibition by quercetin.
The inhibition mechanism obtained from Lineweaver-Burk plots show that quercetin is a competitive inhibitor, and the microscopic rate constants were determined for the reaction of quercETin with the enzyme.
Structural functions of antimicrobial long-chain alcohols and phenols.
Antibacterial activity of anacardic acid and totarol, alone and in combination with methicillin, against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
The time-kill curve study showed that anacardic acid and totarol were bactericidal against MRSA, and synergistic bactericidal activities for these combinations were demonstrated.
Molluscicides from the cashew Anacardium occidentale and their large-scale isolation
Antimicrobial activity of the olive oil flavor compounds
A series of long-chain α,β-unsaturated aldehydes have been characterized as antimicrobial agents from the olive Olea europaea fruit and its oil flavor and exhibited a broad antimicrobial spectrum.
Characterization of xanthine oxidase inhibition by anacardic acids.