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- Rutaceae, and Meliaceae. Certain limonoids are antifeedants such as azadirachtin from the neem tree. Chemically, the limonoids consist of variations of the...
- azadiradione. The third ring is then opened and oxidized to form the C-seco-limonoids such as nimbin, nimbidinin and salannin, which has been esterified with...
- "Thin-layer and high-performance liquid chromatographic analyses of limonoids and limonoid glucosides in citrus seeds". J. Chromatogr. 639 (2): 295–302. doi:10...
- contains limonoids. Currently, the extraction process has disadvantages such as contamination with fungi and heterogeneity in the content of limonoids due...
- uses authors parameter (link) Amit Roy and Shailendra Saraf (2006). "Limonoids: Overview of Significant Bioactive Triterpenes Distributed in Plants Kingdom"...
- Limonin and other limonoid compounds contribute to the bitter taste of some citrus food products. Researchers have proposed removal of limonoids from orange...
- have been isolated from R. graveolens. It also contains coumarins and limonoids. Cell cultures produce the coumarins umbelliferone, scopoletin, psoralen...
- bitterness – a result of the high concentrations of limonin and other limonoidsrenders them less suitable for juice. Their widespread distribution...
- fruits are notable for their fragrance, partly due to flavonoids and limonoids (which in turn are terpenes) contained in the rind, and most are juice-laden...
- ecdysone. Azadirachtin is the most active of these growth regulators (limonoids), occurring at 0.2–0.4 % in the seeds of the neem tree. W. Kraus, "Biologically...
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