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El-Tayeb [7] also found stimulating effect of salicylic acid on GP of barley seeds under salt stress condition.
In fact, analysis of mildly infected treated plants revealed phytoplasma levels 300 times below those of untreated plants, meaning that the salicylic acid treatment must have suppressed pathogen multiplication.
The treatments were arranged in a 4 x 4 factorial, with four combinations of salicylic acid and cold shock and four osmotic potentials produced by different mannitol concentrations.
Results: In all, 124 subjects were randomized to salicylic acid and 118 to cryotherapy.
Despite the ubiquitous presence of salicylic acid within the typical diet, there are wide variations for the estimates of actual dietary intake.
For the determination of salicylic acid concentration the photocolorimetric method with trivalent iron was used according to [8].
Salicylic acid is the active ingredient in today's aspirin, first synthesised in a stable form in 1897.
Salicylate is a form of salicylic acid, of which aspirin is composed.
Last year FSA head Sir John Krebs said organics were no healthier than conventional food, but research conducted by scientists at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary and the University of Strathclyde on organic vegetable soups show they contain almost six times as much salicylic acid as non-organic vegetable soups.
She was also interviewed for a column "Beyond the Headlines" in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association about recent research showing that vegetarians have higher levels of salicylic acid (see VJ Nov/Dec 2001 "Scientific Update" for more information on the research).
Salicylic acid (2-hydroxybenzoic acid) may help regulate several plant functions, including systemic acquired resistance to pathogens and the formation of flowers.
A weak analgesic, salicylic acid, serves to illustrate the challenge in routine doping analysis with GC/MS.