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δ-Tocomonoenol: A new vitamin E from kiwi (Actinidia chinensis) fruits
Abstract A new vitamin E, δ-tocomonoenol, has been isolated from Actinidia chinensis (kiwi) fruits. The new structure, 2,8-dimethyl-2-(4,8,12-trimethyltridec-11-enyl)chroman-6-ol, has been elucidatedExpand
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Antialgal furano-diterpenes from Potamogeton natans L.
Six furano-ent-labdanes, 19-acetoxy-15,16-epoxy-8(17),13(16),14-ent-labdatrien-20-al, 15,16-epoxy-12-oxo-8(17),13(16),14-ent-labdatrien-20,19-olide,Expand
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The influence of masonry infill on the seismic behaviour of RC frame buildings
Abstract Although in literature many studies show that infills modify the behaviour of framed structures under lateral loads, the contribution of panels is generally neglected in common structuralExpand
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Identification and assessment of antioxidant capacity of phytochemicals from kiwi fruits.
The kiwi fruit is the edible berry of a cultivar group of the woody vine of several Actinidia species. The most common commercially available, green-fleshed kiwi fruit is the cultivar 'Hayward',Expand
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Bioactivity of Phenanthrenes from Juncus acutus on Selenastrum capricornutum
Twenty-five 9,10-dihydrophenanthrenes, four phenanthrenes, a dihydrodibenzoxepin, and a pyrene, isolated from the wetland plant Juncus acutus, were tested to detect their effects on the green algaExpand
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Chemical composition, nutritional value and antioxidant properties of autochthonous Prunus avium cultivars from Campania Region.
During a screening program aimed at the evaluation of antioxidative and antiproliferative properties, as well as nutritional properties of local edible plants, two endemic sweet cherry cultivarsExpand
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Effusides I-V: 9,10-dihydrophenanthrene glucosides from Juncus effusus
Five 9,10-dihydrophenanthrene glucosides, named effusides I-V, have been isolated from the methanolic extract of Juncus effusus. Structures have been determined on spectroscopic grounds.
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Environmental effects caused by olive mill wastewaters: toxicity comparison of low-molecular-weight phenol components.
Olive oil mill wastewaters (OMWs) show significant polluting properties due to their content of organic substances, and because of their high toxicity toward several biological systems. Wastewaters'Expand
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Antioxidant properties of sour cherries (Prunus cerasus L.): role of colorless phytochemicals from the methanolic extract of ripe fruits.
Many edible plant metabolites are known to be useful as cellular antioxidants. In the search for antioxidative chemicals from native fruits of the Campania region of Italy, Prunus cerasus L., anExpand
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Phenanthrenoids from the wetland Juncus acutus.
Nine 9,10-dihydrophenanthrenes, three phenanthrenes and a related pyrene have been isolated from the wetland plant Juncus acutus. The structures have been attributed by means of their spectral dataExpand
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