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Amaryllidaceae alkaloids belonging to different structural subgroups display activity against apoptosis-resistant cancer cells.
Fifteen Amaryllidaceae alkaloids (1-15) were evaluated for their antiproliferative activities against six distinct cancer cell lines. Several of these natural products were found to have lowExpand
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Lycorine, the main phenanthridine Amaryllidaceae alkaloid, exhibits significant antitumor activity in cancer cells that display resistance to proapoptotic stimuli: an investigation of
Twenty-two lycorine-related compounds were investigated for in vitro antitumor activity using four cancer cell lines displaying different levels of resistance to proapoptotic stimuli and two cancerExpand
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Stagonolides B-F, nonenolides produced by Stagonospora cirsii, a potential mycoherbicide of Cirsium arvense.
Stagonospora cirsii, a fungal pathogen isolated from Cirsium arvense and proposed as a potential mycoherbicide of this perennial noxious weed, produces phytotoxic metabolites in liquid and solidExpand
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Inuloxins A-D, phytotoxic bi-and tri-cyclic sesquiterpene lactones produced by Inula viscosa: potential for broomrapes and field dodder management.
Four phytotoxic bi- and tri-cyclic sesquiterpene lactones, named inuloxins A-D, were isolated together with the known α-costic acid, from the aerial parts of Inula viscosa (family Asteraceae), aExpand
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(-)-Amarbellisine, a lycorine-type alkaloid from Amaryllis belladonna L. growing in Egypt.
A new lycorine-type alkaloid, named (-)-amarbellisine, was isolated from the bulbs of Egyptian Amaryllis belladonna L. together with the well known alkaloids (-)-lycorine, (-)-pancracine,Expand
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Herbicidal potential of ophiobolins produced by Drechslera gigantea.
Drechslera gigantea, a potential mycoherbicide of grass weeds, was isolated in Florida from naturally infected large crabgrass (Digitaria sanguinalis); it produces phytotoxic metabolites in liquidExpand
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Occurrence, isolation and biological activity of phytotoxic metabolites produced in vitro by Sphaeropsis sapinea, pathogenic fungus of Pinus radiata
Sphaeropsis sapinea was repeatedly isolated in Sardinia from symptomatic samples of the upper part of declining pine (Pinus radiata) plants. Observed symptoms mainly consisted of foliage chlorosis,Expand
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Brefeldin A and α,β-dehydrocurvularin, two phytotoxins from Alternaria zinniae, a biocontrol agent of Xanthium occidentale
Abstract Alternaria zinniae, a fungus causing leaf necrosis in Xanthium occidentale, a widespread noxious weed of Australian summer crops and pastures, produces toxic metabolites when grown in liquidExpand
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Production of phytotoxins by Phoma exigua var. exigua, a potential mycoherbicide against perennial thistles.
The potential of the different Phoma exigua var. exigua strains for the biocontrol of the perennial weeds Sonchus arvensis and Cirsium arvense, occurring throughout temperate regions of the world,Expand
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Phyllostictines A–D, oxazatricycloalkenones produced by Phyllosticta cirsii, a potential mycoherbicide for Cirsium arvense biocontrol
Abstract Phyllosticta cirsii , a fungal pathogen isolated from Cirsium arvense and proposed as biocontrol agent of this noxious perennial weed, produces in liquid cultures different phytotoxicExpand
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