ferulic acid

ferulic acid
Phenolic compound present in the plant cell wall that may be involved in cross-linking polysaccharide.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • Ferulic acid — IUPAC name (E) 3 (4 hydroxy 3 methoxy phenyl)prop 2 enoic acid …   Wikipedia

  • ferulic acid — noun Etymology: ferula Date: 1879 a white crystalline acid that is structurally related to vanillin and is obtained especially from plant sources (as aspen bark) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ferulic acid — noun A derivative of cinnamic acid that is a component of lignin …   Wiktionary

  • ferulic acid — fəˈrülik noun Etymology: ferula + ic : a white crystalline acid HO(CH3O)C6H3CH:CHCOOH that is structurally related to vanillin and is obtained especially from various resins (as asafetida or opopanax) * * * /feuh rooh lik/, Chem. a compound,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ferulic acid — /feuh rooh lik/, Chem. a compound, C10H10O4, found in small amounts in lants, that occurs in two isomers, one a yellow oily liquid and the other crystalline. [1875 80; FERUL(A) + IC] * * * …   Universalium

  • Ferulic — Fe*ru lic, a. (Chem.) Pertaining to, or derived from, asafetida ({Ferula asaf[oe]tida}); as, ferulic acid. [Written also {ferulaic}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ferulic — adjective Of or pertaining to ferulic acid or its derivatives …   Wiktionary

  • Coumaric acid — p Coumaric acid …   Wikipedia

  • Hydroxycinnamic acid — Hydroxycinnamic acids are a class of polyphenols having a C6 C3 skeleton. These compounds are hydroxy derivatives of cinnamic acid. In the category of phytochemicals that can be found in food, there are : Alpha cyano 4 hydroxycinnamic acid… …   Wikipedia

  • Rosmarinic acid — Chembox new Name = Rosmarinic acid ImageFile = Rosmarinic acid.png ImageName = Rosmarinic acid IUPACName =(2 R ) 2 (2 E ) 3 (3,4 Dihydroxyphenyl) 1 oxo 2 propenyloxy] 3 (3,4 dihydroxyphenyl)propanoic acid Section1 = Chembox Identifiers SMILES =… …   Wikipedia

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