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Arthur M Nonomura: Process for producing a naturally-derived carotene/oil composition by direct extraction from algae. Microbio Resources, Becker & McClain, July 14, 1987: US04680314 (36 worldwide citation)

A process is described for the formation of a naturally derived composition comprising carotenes, particularly beta-carotene, in oil. The process involves the direct oil extraction of the carotene from algae. The algae are initially harvested as a water slurry and concentrated, as by flocculation, i ...


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Arthur M Nonomura, Andrew A Benson: Methods and compositions for enhancing carbon fixation in plants. Townsend and Townsend and Crew, January 28, 1997: US05597400 (35 worldwide citation)

Plant growth stimulants containing compounds which increase intracellular carbon dioxide as the main active component and optionally supplemented with specific nutrients have been found to enhance productivity of plants. Exemplary compounds include lower alcohols, such as methanol, ethanol, propanol ...


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Arthur M Nonomura, Andrew A Benson: Methods and compositions for enhancing plant growth. Nields Lemack & Dingman, September 28, 1999: US05958104 (29 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides methods for treating plants, and for enhancing the growth of plants. The methods include applying an alkyl glucoside compound to the plant. The present invention also includes compositions useful in these methods.


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Arthur M Nonomura: Methods for treating plants and enhancing plant growth using polyacylglycosides and/or polyalkylglycosides and formulations for same. The Dow Chemical Company, July 10, 2001: US06258749 (19 worldwide citation)

Methods and formulations for treating plants and enhancing plant growth and for safening high concentrations of one or more phytocatalysts, wherein one or more formulations, comprising, a high concentration of one or more phytocatalysts, and an effective amount of one or more polyacylglycosides and ...


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Arthur M Nonomura: Ethylenediaminetriacetic acid and N-acyl ethylenediaminetriacetic acid silver chelating agents and surfactants. Hampshire Chemical, Nields Lemack & Dingman, November 18, 1997: US05688981 (15 worldwide citation)

Silver chelating agent and surfactant that exhibits photosensitivity and antimicrobial activity. The silver can be chelated with ethylenediaminetriacetic acid (ED3A) or salts thereof, or preferably with N-acyl ED3A or salts thereof. Antimicrobial activity is exhibited even at very low silver levels.


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Arthur M Nonomura, Barry A Cullen, Joseph J Crudden, John J Nishio: Plant micronutrient chelating surfactant compounds. Hampshire Chemical, Nields Lemack & Dingman, October 5, 1999: US05962717 (12 worldwide citation)

Plant micronutrient compounds comprising N-acyl ED3A or salts thereof. The N-acyl ED3A derivatives chelate various trace metals, including iron, copper, zinc, manganese, cobalt and nickel.


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Arthur M Nonomura: Naturally-derived carotene/oil composition. Microbio Resources, Brown Martin Haller & Meador, December 15, 1987: US04713398 (10 worldwide citation)

A composition is described comprising naturally-derived carotene dispersed in a non-petroleum, naturally-derived edible oil. The carotene may be in form of its mixed isomers, or one or more of the individual isomers may be present to the exclusion of the others. Of the isomers the beta-carotene isom ...


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Arthur M Nonomura, Barry A Cullen, Joseph J Crudden, John J Nishio: Plant micronutrient chelating surfactant compounds. Hampshire Chemical, Nields Lemack & Dingman, November 30, 1999: US05993504 (8 worldwide citation)

Plant micronutrient compounds comprising N-acyl ED3A or salts thereof. The N-acyl ED3A derivatives chelate various trace metals, including iron, copper, zinc, manganese, cobalt and nickel.


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Arthur M Nonomura, Raphael Pappo: Composition of matter from Cryptosiphonia woodii useful for the treatment of herpes simplex virus. Raphael Pappo, John P White, June 11, 1985: US04522814 (7 worldwide citation)

A water extract of homogenized Cryptosiphonia woodii is useful for the treatment of herpes simplex viral infections. The active agent in the extract is a polysaccharide containing glucose and galactose.


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Arthur M Nonomura: Methods for rendering high concentrations of manganese safe for plant growth and formulations for same. The Hampshire Chemical Corporation, March 19, 2002: US06358293 (5 worldwide citation)

Methods for rendering high concentrations of manganese safe for plant growth, comprising the steps of, mixing one or more alkyl glycosides with Mn resulting in a mixture comprising Mn at a concentration of between about 20 to 75 ppm, and applying a suitable volume of the resulting mixture to one or ...



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