The static vestibuloocular reflex in lower vertebrates after a transient gravity deprivation during an early period of life

Abstract

limonene/ozone (Table 2). Ozone production rates ([03]ma × divided by irradiation time) for linalool ranged from 0.32 to 0.39 ppb rain -1 and are comparable to those found by the photooxidation of toluene and isoprene (0.36 to 0.45ppbmin -1) and higher than the corresponding values measured for aand fl-pinene (0.1 to 0.24 ppb min-1). Changes in relative humidity have a small effect on the amount of ozone formed in the linalool-NO x photochemical system [2]. A tentative mechanism for the oxidation of linalool under atmospheric conditions is shown in Fig. i. Ozonization of the triple-substituted double bond is the principal reaction pathway leading to formation of the product 1 and of acetone, while the reaction of ozone with the terminal double bond and formation of product 3 is of minor importance. The structure of product 1 has been confirmed by comparison with the authentic compound, synthesized according to the procedure [3]:

DOI: 10.1007/BF01134527

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@article{Horn1995TheSV, title={The static vestibuloocular reflex in lower vertebrates after a transient gravity deprivation during an early period of life}, author={E. Horn and C. Sebastian and K. E\sseling and J. Neubert}, journal={Naturwissenschaften}, year={1995}, volume={82}, pages={289-291} }