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Title: The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV
Authors: Knooihuizen, Remco
Nerbonne, John
Côté, Marie-Hélène
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Language Science Press
link: https://mdpi.com/books/pdfview/book/1452
Keywords: Linguistics;Juniperus;secondary metabolites;diterpenes;flavonoids;lignans;cytotoxic;antitumor;antibacterial;amentoflavone;deoxypodophyllotoxin;frankincense;Boswellia;cembranoids;cneorubenoids;boswellic acids;molecular docking;Scabiosa;flavonoids;iridoids;pentacyclic triterpenoids;antioxidant;anti-inflammatory;antibacterial;anticancer;Cordyceps militaris;xanthine oxidase;antioxidant;antibacterial;cordycepin;GC-MS;Artemisia species;Artemisia vachanica;artemisinin;HPLC-PAD;Tajikistan;Malus x domestica;Tuscany;ancient varieties;nutraceutics;antioxidants;polyphenols;sugars;pectin;defensins;secondary metabolites;plant defense;antimicrobial and anticancer activity;medicine;innate immunity;cannabis;cannabinoids;therapeutics;toxicology;analytical determination;legalization;natural products;biosynthetic gene clusters;secondary metabolites;antiSMASH;Mitragyna speciosa;kratom;secondary metabolites;therapeutic uses;toxicology;analysis;Maytenus chiapensis;Celastraceae;quinonemethide triterpenoids;pristimerin;tingenone;HPLC-PDA;Ocimum sanctum;Lamiaceae;(-)-rabdosiin;cytotoxic activity;triterpenoids;phenolic derivatives;nanoemulsion;essential oils;vector control;infectious diseases;TCM;phytochemistry;LC-MS/MS;antioxidant activity;ABTS;DPPH;FRAP;ascorbic acid;EGCG;total phenolics;antimicrobial activity;sargaquinoic acid;sarganaphthoquinoic acid;antiplasmodial;malaria;PPAR-?;sargahydroquinoic acid;sarganaphthoquinoic acid;sargachromenoic acid;inflammation;bowel diseases;secondary metabolites;biological activities;medicinal applications;plants;seaweeds
ISBN: 9783946234180 9783946234197 9783946234203
Theme:教科書-人文類

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