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C1Fd strain was isolated from a rumen fluid derived bacterial consortium degrading different aromatic compounds. Macroscopic nature of the colony and microscopic characteristics of the isolated bacterial strain is shown in Table I.
Shabeb, "Utilization of aromatic compounds by phototrophic purple nonsulfur bacteria," Biodegradation, vol.
This indicates that environment and genetic factors may have roles in causing the varying aromatic compounds. Some major terpenes that are present in Malaysian agarwood are jinkoh-eremol caryophellene oxide eudesmol and a-guaiene (Saiful and Mashitah 2010).Chromone although a major compound in agarwood has not been reported from solvent-extracted A.
Aromatic compounds identification was performed using a mass spectrometer (Agilent) coupled to a gas chromatograph, using the same column (CP-Sil 5 CB) temperature conditions, and flows into detection; helium gas was used as carrier, with the source temperature 230[degrees]C, 250[degrees]C cuadropole, an emission of 34.6 eV (electron Volts), scanning speed of 3 seconds, and a mass range of 35 to 350 m/s.
(i) Bacterial aromatic dehalogenases play an important role in dehalogenation of chlorinated aromatic compounds, which is a crucial step in the degradation of these compounds.
Abbreviations BACs: Biologically active aromatic compounds DOX: Doxorubicin DAU: Daunomycin NOR: Norfloxacin AMD: Actinomycin RBF: Riboflavin FMN: Flavin-mononucleotide FAD: Flavin-adenine dinucleotide NOV: Mitoxantrone CAF: Caffeine BP: Benzopyrene MAO: Monoaminooxidase BC: Betacarbolines AMSA: Amsacrine TPT: Topotecan.
The sulfonation of aromatic compounds can be very complex because of its reversibility.
Barrel wood contains certain aromatic compounds from the start, just by virtue of being oak, like oak lactones (fresh oak and coconut) and others that get produced or amplified by toasting, like guaiacol (smoky, spicy).
During the new process, the palladium catalyst removes a group of atoms called a triflate attached to the aromatic compound, then replaces it with a fluorine atom taken from a simple salt, such as cesium fluoride.
Quite simply, it is dramatic news that we now have a clear picture of where a particular red wine aromatic compound comes from, and work is continuing to learn more about what triggers the grapevine to deliver this element.
Examples include the cyclopropenyl cation, the simplest aromatic system and the first aromatic compound prepared with other than six electrons in a ring.
One important family of UV absorber molecules are derived from aromatic compounds known as phenols, which contain a hydrogen-bonded hydroxyl group that plays an important role in the dissipation of the absorbed energy.