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Six cycloartane-type triterpene glycosides were isolated from Astragalus stereocalyx along with six known cycloartane-type glycosides. Their structures were established by the extensive use of 1D and 2D-NMR experiments along with ESIMS and HRMS analysis. Three compounds are based on an aglycon characterized by the occurrence of an unusual hydroxyl group at(More)
The fruits of endemic Prangos uechtritzii Boiss. & Hausskn. (Umbelliferae) were subjected to hydrodistillation and microdistillation. The resulting volatiles were investigated by GC-MS to determine the composition of the essential oils. 109 compounds representing 86.7% and thirty-two compounds representing 90.0% were identified and isolated by two different(More)
Phytochemical studies of the roots and aerial parts of endemic Arnebia purpurea S. Erik & H. Sumbul resulted in the isolation and characterization of four naphthoquinones [isovalerylalkannin (1), α-methyl-n-butanoyl alkannin (2), acetylalkannin (3), and alkannin (4)], a triterpene derivative [3-O-acetyl-oleanolic acid (5)], a steroid [β-sitosterol (6)],(More)
Chromatographic studies on the EtOAc soluble portion of the MeOH extract of Geranium lasiopus led to the isolation of eight flavonoids (kaempferol (1), quercetin (2), quercetin 3-O-β-glucopyranoside (3), quercetin 3-O-β-galactopyranoside (4), kaempferol 3-O-α-rhamnopyranosyl-(1 → 6)-β-glucopyranoside (5), quercetin 3-O-α-rhamnopyranosyl-(1 →(More)
Thymus praecox ssp. grossheimii (RONNIGER) JALAS var. grossheimii (Lamiaceae) is used as an herbal tea for cold, stomachache, cough, and infections in Turkey. There are no phytochemical studies on this species. We performed phytochemical studies and quantitative analysis of rosmarinic acid and luteolin 5-O-β-D-glucopyranoside in the methanol extract of the(More)
Allium aybukeae H.Duman & Ekşi sp. nov. and A. bilgilii H.Duman & Ekşi sp. nov. (Amaryllidaceae) are described and illustrated as new species. Allium aybukeae grows in Niğde (Anti-Taurus, Turkey) and A. bilgilii in Antalya provinces (South Anatolia). They belong to Allium sect. Allium, but clearly differentiated from the other related species due to(More)
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