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Glycosides of Dorema hyrcanum
4. 5. 6. 7. 8. A. A. Grossgeim, Plant Resources of the Caucasus [in Russian], Baku (1946). I. I. Moniava and ~. P. Kemertel idze, Khim. Pr i roan.Soedin . , 446 (1973). M. S. Dudkin, N. G. Shkantova,Expand
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The structure of seselirin: A new chromone from the roots ofSeseli sessiliflorum
ConclusionsFrom the roots ofSeseli sessiliflorum Schrenk a new chromone has been isolated for which the structure ofExpand
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Essential oils origanum tyttanthum
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Andelin-A new dihydropyranocoumarin from the roots ofAngelica decursiva
ConclusionsA new coumarin, C24H26O7, which has been called “andelin,” has been isolated from the roots of the white-flowered form ofAngelica decursiva Franch. et Savat.On the basis of its IR, UV,Expand
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Structure and configuration of new coumarins of the roots of Ferula mogoltavica
ConclusionsFrom the roots ofFerula mogoltavica, two new terpenoid coumarins have been isolated — mogoltavidin and mogoltavicin — and also one known one — gummosin.On the basis of a comparison of theExpand
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Kamolone from the roots of Ferula kopetdaghensis
Continuing a study of the coumarins of the above-named plant, from the ethereal fraction after the elimination of the galbanic acid [1] we have isolated another lactone, with the compositionExpand
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The structure of pranferin — A new coumarin from the roots of Prangos ferulaceae
SummaryThe structure proposed previously for the coumarin pranferin has been corrected on the basis of synthesis, spectral studies, and conversion products. It has been established that pranferin isExpand
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The structure of diversin and diversinin — Coumarins of Ferula diversivittata
SummaryFrom the roots of theFerula diversivittata Rgl. et Schmalh growing in Turkmenia we have isolated a new coumarin, C19H20O4, mp 55–57°C, which we have called diversinin, and also coumarins knownExpand
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Coumarins of Fraxinus mandschurica and F. potamophila
SummaryThe leaves ofFraxinus mandschurica Rupr. and the bark ofF. potamophila Herd. have yielded esculetin, fraxinol, and a new coumarin C10H8O5, mp 228–230°C which we have called isofraxetin. On theExpand
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Coumarins of Ferula kopetdaghensis and the structure of kopeolin and kopeoside
SummaryThe roots ofFerula kopetdaghensis Eug. Kor. have yielded five coumarins — umbelliferone and four new compounds (kopetin, kopeodin, kopeolin, and kopeoside).On the basis of NMR, mass, and IRExpand
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