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Chemical composition and biological effects of essential oils from Artemisia absinthium L. cultivated under different environmental conditions
Major components of Spanish cultivated Artemisia absinthium populations: Antifeedant, antiparasitic, and antioxidant effects
Bioactive compounds from transformed root cultures and aerial parts of Bethencourtia hermosae.
Natural Product-Based Biopesticides for Insect Control
Differential anti-insect activity of natural products isolated from Dodonaea viscosa Jacq. (Sapindaceae)
Botanical biopesticides constitute an important tool for Integrated Pest Management practices. Uruguay has a great poten- tial for developing botanical biopesticides from its abundant native flora.…
Phytotoxic and Nematicidal Components of Lavandula luisieri.
Several preparations were obtained from the aerial parts of predomesticated Lavandula luisieri, including the essential oil and ethanolic, hexane, and ethyl acetate extractives, which contained a mixture of phenolic compounds with rosmarinic acid being the major component.
Composition and biocidal properties of essential oil from pre-domesticated Spanish Satureja Montana
Chemical Composition and Biological Activities of Artemisia pedemontana subsp. assoana Essential Oils and Hydrolate
It is concluded that these EOs have potential applications as insect antifeedants, and as antifungal or antiparasitic agents, depending on the cultivation method, and that the hydrolate byproduct is a potent nematicidal.
On the Ent -Kaurene Diterpenes from Sideritis Athoa
The structure of a diterpene, which has been isolated form Sideritis athoa , has been corrected from 3 g ,18-dihydroxy- ent -kaur-16-ene to 1 f ,18-dihydroxy- ent -kaur-16-ene (canadiol).
Anthraquinones from Natural and Transformed Roots of Plocama pendula
Five new and 15 known anthraquinones have been isolated from Plocama pendula root cultures transformed by Agrobacterium rhizogenes, and lucidin dimethyl ether was obtained for the first time as a natural compound.