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Effect of food preparation on qualitative and quantitative distribution of major carotenoid constituents of tomatoes and several green vegetables
The major carotenoid constituents of extracts from several raw and cooked green vegetables (broccoli, green beans, spinach), red ripe tomatoes, and tomato paste have been identified and quantified by…
Separation and quantitation of carotenoids in foods.
Synthesis of brassinosteroids and relationship of structure to plant growth-promoting effects
Identification and attractiveness of a major pheromone component for nearctic Euschistus spp. stink bugs (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae)
Tests in Maryland demonstrated that parasitic tachinid flies use the Euschistus unsaturated methyl-ester as a host-finding kairomone, and it is not yet clear what role minor volatile components of EusChistus play in reproductive isolation.
Mineral composition of muscles of 1- to 6-year-old steers.
The diaphragm, longissimus, psoas major, semitendinosus and transversus abdominus muscles from eight or nine Angus steers were evaluated at each age of slaughter and the content of K, Fe, and Zn varied with age.
Separation and identification of carotenoids and their oxidation products in the extracts of human plasma.
- F. Khachik, G. Beecher, M. Goli, W. Lusby, J. C. Smith
- ChemistryAnalytical chemistry
- 15 September 1992
The polar carotenoids, which eluted in the vicinity of lutein and were unresolved on the C18 column, have been separated on a nitrile-bonded column employing isocratic HPLC conditions.
Pheromone strains of the Cosmopolitan pest, Nezara viridula (heteroptera: Pentatomidae)
The existence of Nezara pheromone strains, first suggested by differential Trichopoda parasitization of geographically isolated N. viridula populations, has been chemically verified.
Artifacts and Pheromone Blends from Nezara spp. and Other Stink Bugs (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae)
Isomeric compounds reportedly released by mature males of Nezara viridula as attractants for conspecific females are evidently artifacts formed by dimerization of (E)-4-oxo-2-hexenal, verifying that at least two distinctive pheromone strains exist.
Novel sucrose esters from Nicotiana gossei: effective biorationals against selected horticultural insect pests
The selective activity against immature insects, and the feeding and ovipositional deterrence to spider mites suggest pesticidal activity, may be linked to currently available biorational products or pesticides.