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Nematicidal activity of essential oils: a review
Plant parasitic nematodes are the most destructive group of plant pathogens worldwide and their control is extremely challenging. Plant Essential oils (EOs) and their constituents have a greatExpand
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Antifeedant effects and chemical composition of essential oils from different populations of Lavandula luisieri L.
Abstract Forty-seven individual Lavandula luisieri (Rozeira) Riv.-Mart. plants were grouped into six categories according to their volatile composition using Principal Component Analysis. TheExpand
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Pyrrolizidine alkaloids from Heliotropium megalanthum.
Two pyrrolizidine alkaloids, megalanthonine (1) and lycopsamine (2), have been isolated from Heliotropium megalanthum. The structure of the novel compound 1 was determined by spectroscopic methods.Expand
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Selective Action of Acetogenin Mitochondrial Complex I Inhibitors
Five annonaceous acetogenins, rolliniastatin-1 (1), rolliniastatin-2 (2), laherradurin (3), squamocin (4), annonacin (5), and rotenone as a reference, differing in their NADH oxidase inhibitionExpand
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Insecticidal sesquiterpene pyridine alkaloids from Maytenus chiapensis.
The new sesquiterpene pyridine alkaloids chiapenines ES-I (1), ES-II (2), ES-III (3), and ES-IV (4), in addition to the known alkaloids wilfordine (5), alatamine (6), wilforidine (7), alatusinineExpand
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Chemical composition and biological effects of essential oils from Artemisia absinthium L. cultivated under different environmental conditions
Abstract The objective of this study was the valorization of the essential oils from Spanish Artemisia absinthium domesticated plants from Teruel and Sierra Nevada (Spain). These populations wereExpand
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Bioactive saturated pyrrolizidine alkaloids from Heliotropium floridum
Abstract Here we describe the isolation and structural determination of the new saturated pyrrolizidine monoester alkaloids, 3′-acetyltrachelanthamine, floridine, floridinine and floridimine, alongExpand
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Antileishmanial, antitrypanosomal, and cytotoxic screening of ethnopharmacologically selected Peruvian plants
Extracts (34) from eight plant species of the Peruvian Amazonia currently used in traditional Peruvian medicine, mostly as antileishmanial remedies and also as painkiller, antiseptic, antipyretic,Expand
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Agricultural residues as a source of bioactive natural products
Agricultural industry produces billions of tons of residues in non-edible portions derived from the cultivation and processing of a particular crop. These residues can cause pollution, management andExpand
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