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The Mediterranean Ononis species, O. fruticosa, O. natrix subsp. ramosissima and O. tridentata, have been analyzed for their exudate flavonoids. More than 20 flavonoid aglycones were identified, some of which are rather rare natural compounds. One of them, namely hypolaetin-8,3',4'-trimethyl ether, had been found only once before. The results are presented(More)
Six species of Juglandaceae have been checked for the occurrence of flavonoid aglycones on their leaf and fruit surfaces. Except for one, they exhibit flavonols, mostly methyl ethers of kaempferol and quercetin, including 6-O-substituted derivatives. Apigenin and acacetin are the only flavones found so far. Flavonoids accumulated on leaves are different(More)
The thin waxy coatings on leaves of nine species of Callistemon, two of Melaleuca and one species of Metrosideros, have been studied for the occurrence of leaf surface flavonoids. The Callistemon species and Metrosideros robusta exhibit only C-methylated flavonoids, while O-methyl flavonoids were detected in Melaleuca huegelii. The new natural C-methyl(More)
Leaf glands of Ceanothus species excrete a lipophilic material that contains a variety of flavonoids. Most of these are aglycones, but some glycosides were also observed. Seven out of eight species exhibit flavonols, whereas flavones are excreted by only one species. Four species produce flavanones and dihydroflavonols; one excretes a remarkable quantity of(More)
A series of Asteraceae, belonging to the tribes Astereae, Eupatorieae, Helenieae and Heli­ antheae, have been analyzed for the presence of flavonoid aglycones accumulated on leaf and stem surfaces. Methyl ethers of apigenin, luteolin, kaempferol, and quercetin as well as methyl ethers of their relevant 6 -hydroxy derivatives were abundant, whereas 8(More)
Several species of Nicotiana and Solanum and further members of the Solanaceae have been examined for their exudate flavonoids. Most of the aglycones are widespread flavonols, but rare and unusual flavonols were also found, e.g. in exudates of Physalis and Solanum species. Flavones occur throughout the family, but flavanones are rare. Our data are presented(More)
The lipophilic exudates deposited on aerial parts of four species of Cassinia and twelve species of Ozothamnus (Asteraceae, Gnaphalieae) have been analyzed for the presence of flavonoid aglycones and some other phenolics. A total of 55 flavonoids were identified, including several rare flavonols. Flavonols are prevailing over flavones, and 8-O-substitution(More)
Twenty-two species of Scophulariaceae have been found to accumulate flavonoid aglycones externally on their leaves and stems. They belong to the genera Anarrhinum, Antirrhinum, Asarina, Calceolaria, Mimulus, and Odontites. Most of the flavonoids are methylated flavones and flavonols, some with 6-O and/or 8-O-substitution. One of them is the natural(More)