allyl

[al-il] Chemistry.
adjective
1.
containing the allyl group.
noun
2.

Origin:
1850–55; < Latin all(ium) garlic + -yl

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allyl (ˈælaɪl, ˈælɪl)
 
n
(modifier) of, consisting of, or containing the monovalent group CH2:CHCH2--: allyl group or radical; allyl resin
 
[C19: from Latin allium garlic + -yl; first distinguished in a compound isolated from garlic]

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allyl al·lyl (āl'əl)
n.
The univalent, unsaturated organic radical C3H5.

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allyl   (āl'əl)  Pronunciation Key 
The unsaturated radical C3H5, derived from propene.
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The role of acrolein in allyl alcohol-induced lipid peroxidation and liver cell damage in mice.
The mechanism of action of allyl isothiocyanate is not known.
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