The Full Wiki

Synephrine: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Adaphenoxate • Adapromine • ________Bromantane • Chlodantane • Gludantane • Memantine • Midantane
AmantadineDizocilpineKetaminePhencyclidine

Question 2: AdrafinilArmodafinilCRL-40941________
MethylphenidateAmphetamineModafinilDextroamphetamine

Question 3: The chemicals are similar in structure; the only difference is the location of the ________ hydroxyl group.
AromaticityCovalent bondChemical bondConjugated system

Question 4: Anatoxin-aBicucullineDMCMFlurothylGabazinePentetrazolPicrotoxinStrychnine________
ThujoneEthanol1,4-ButanediolPregabalin

Question 5: ________AminorexClominorexCyclazodoneFenozoloneFluminorexPemolineThozalinone
Benzylpiperazine4-MethylaminorexMDMACocaine

Question 6: It is similar to ________ [5] and can therefore show similar symptoms (see ephedrine adverse effects).
PhenylephrinePseudoephedrineEphedrinePhenylpropanolamine

Question 7: Synephrine (or oxedrine) is a ________ commonly used for weight loss.
PhencyclidineDrugMDMAPsychoactive drug

Question 8: Phenylephrine acts primarily on alpha1 ________, so it has mainly vasoconstricting actions.
Dopamine receptorAlpha-1 adrenergic receptorAdrenergic receptorAlpha-2 adrenergic receptor

Question 9: There has been some confusion surrounding synephrine and ________ (neosynephrine), one of its positional isomers.
MethoxamineEphedrinePseudoephedrinePhenylephrine

Question 10: Synephrine is derived primarily from the fruit of ________, a relatively small citrus tree, of which several of its more common names include Bitter Orange, Sour Orange, and Zhi shi.
Bergamot orangeOrange (fruit)Bitter orangeRutaceae
















Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message