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Myrrh--Commiphora chemistry.
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The present state of knowledge in the chemistry of substances of Commiphora spp. Expand
The multiple nutrition properties of some exotic fruits: Biological activity and active metabolites
article i nfo The main objective of this review was to describe the physicochemical and nutritional characteristics of twenty selected exotic fruits and the influence of their physiologically activeExpand
Betaine ether-linked glycerolipids: chemistry and biology.
  • V. Dembitsky
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Progress in lipid research
  • 1 March 1996
Lipids of bryophytes.
  • V. Dembitsky
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Progress in lipid research
  • 1993
Natural halogenated fatty acids: their analogues and derivatives.
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A comprehensive survey has been made of all fatty acids containing halogen atoms covalently bonded to carbon and which are deemed as naturally occurring and which will increase in the future. Expand
Diversity of the fatty acids of the Nostoc species and their statistical analysis.
Low molecular, hydroxy, dioic, saturated and unsaturated fatty acids were determined of six cyanobacterial species belonging to genus Nostoc and in different habitats: freshwater, terrestrial, and asExpand
Glycolipids, phospholipids and fatty acids of brown algae species
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Some of the brown algae from the Black Sea were found to contain PE, PG and phosphatidyl inositol as major phospholipids but no PC, and Phosphorus-containing unidentified lipids were found in certain of the species examined. Expand
A new UV-B absorbing mycosporine with photo protective activity from the lichenized ascomycete Collema cristatum.
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A novel photo protective mycosporine was isolated from the lichenized ascomycete Collema cristatum and it was found that the pure isolated compound prevented UV-B induced cell destruction in a dose-dependent manner and completely prevented UV -B induced erythema when applied to the skin prior to irradiation. Expand
Plasmalogens, fatty acids and alkyl glyceryl ethers of marine and freshwater clams and mussels
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Levels of EPA and DHA in PE and PS of marine species were higher than those in freshwater species (PE, 13–16%; PS, 23–29%), and levels of DHA were higher in freshwater than in marine mollusks. Expand
Natural occurrence of boron-containing compounds in plants, algae and microorganisms
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This review focuses primarily on presence and distribution of boron-containing compounds in vascular plants, marine algal species, and microorganisms. Expand
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