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Adaptive response of yeasts to furfural and 5-hydroxymethylfurfural and new chemical evidence for HMF conversion to 2,5-bis-hydroxymethylfuran
- Z. L. Liu, P. Slininger, B. Dien, M. Berhow, C. Kurtzman, S. Gorsich
- Biology, MedicineJournal of Industrial Microbiology and…
- 29 July 2004
The ability of yeasts to adapt to and transform furfural and HMF offers the potential for in situ detoxification of these inhibitors and suggests a genetic basis for further development of highly tolerant strains for biofuel production.
Allelochemicals Isolated from Tissues of the Invasive Weed Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata)
Sinigrin and glucotropaeolin were not detected in leaf/stem tissues harvested at the initiation of flowering, but were present in leaves and stems harvested in the autumn, and the dominance of garlic mustard in forest ecosystems may be attributable in part to release of these phytotoxins, especially from root tissues.
Optimized analysis and quantification of glucosinolates from Camelina sativa seeds by reverse-phase liquid chromatography ☆
Camelina Meal Increases Egg n-3 Fatty Acid Content Without Altering Quality or Production in Laying Hens
Results indicate that camelina meal is a viable dietary source of n-3 fatty acids for poultry and its dietary inclusion results in eggs enriched with n- 3 fatty acids.
Bean cultivars (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) have similar high antioxidant capacity, in vitro inhibition of α-amylase and α-glucosidase while diverse phenolic composition and concentration
Glucosinolate hydrolysis products from various plant sources: pH effects, isolation, and purification☆
Herbicidal activity of glucosinolate-containing seedmeals
Abstract Defatted seedmeals from 15 glucosinolate-containing plant species were analyzed for herbicidal activity by determining inhibition of seedling emergence when added to a sandy loam soil…
Modern analytical techniques for flavonoid determination.
- M. Berhow
- BiologyAdvances in experimental medicine and biology
This chapter used the analysis of soy isoflavones to illustrate the approaches to natural product research, but these principles can be applied to nearly any of the phenolic compounds found in plants.
Antioxidant activity of commercial buckwheat flours and their free and bound phenolic compositions