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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 5 Apr 2018, Thursday

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Alkylresorcinols, also known as resorcinolic lipids, are phenolic lipids composed of long aliphatic chains and resorcinol-type phenolic rings.

Alkylresorcinols are relatively rare in nature, with the main known sources being wheat, rye, barley, triticale (cereal grasses), the fruit of Ginkgo biloba Bilobol, a mollusc and some species of bacteria.

DB-2073 is an antibiotic isolated from the broth culture of Pseudomonas sp. They are also the main constituents of the outer shell of the cyst of Azotobacter.


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Alkylresorcinols are present in high amounts in the bran layer (e.g. pericarp, testa and aleurone layers) of wheat and rye (0.1-0.3 % of dry weight). 5-Alkylresorcinols can also be found in rice, though not in the edible parts of the rice plant.

They are only present in very low amounts in the endosperm (the part of cereal grain that is used to make white flour), which means that alkylresorcinols can be used as ‘biomarkers’ for people who eat foods containing wholegrain wheat and rye, rather than cereal products based on white flour.

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Carleton Oats (born 1942) is an American college and professional football player. A defensive lineman, he played collegiately for Florida A&M and in the American Football League with the Oakland Raiders from 1965 to 1969, then in the National Football League still for Oakland from 1970 to 1972, and finally for the Green Bay Packers in 1973. While pass-rushing in Oakland, he would sometimes jump at unusual heights over offensive linemen.

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