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Chemistry and biological activity of triterpenoid glycosides from Medicago sativa.
Ten triterpenoid glycosides have been isolated from the roots of Medicago sativa L. (Leguminosae) including eight new glycoside and two previously known, medicagenic acid 3-O-beta-D-glucopyranoside and hederagenin 3- O-[alpha-L-arabinopyranuside] and four new saponins. Expand
Phytoecdysteroids of plants of the genusSilene
Ecdysteroids produced by plants of the genusSilene are considered. The discussion covers 17 species of plants, from which 45 ecdysteroids have been isolated. It has been shown that ecdysterone is theExpand
Steriods of the spirostan and furostan series from plants of the genus Allium
In this review steroids of the spirostan and furostan series produced by the genusAllium are considered and more than 40 glycosides are described. Expand
Withanolides in the vegetable kingdom
Triterpeneglycosides of Astragalus and their genins. XXV. Cyclocanthoside D from Astragalus tragacantha
The epigeal part of the plant ofAstragalus tragacantha Habl. (Leguminosae) has yielded, together with cyclosieversigenin 3-O-β-D-xylopyranoside, a new glycoside of the cycloartane series —Expand
Triterpene glycosides ofAstragalus and their genins. VIII. Askendoside C fromAstragalus taschkendicus
A new glycoside of the cycloartane series — askendoside C — has been isolated from the roots of the plantAstragalus taschkendicus Bge., and its structure has been established on the basis of chemicalExpand
Steroid saponins and sapogenins of Allium IV. Karatavigenin — A new sapogenin from Allium karataviense
SummaryThe bulbs ofAllium karataviense (family Alliaceae) have been found to contain alliogenin, alliogenin β-D-glucopyranoside, diosgenin, yuccagenin, and a new steroid sapogenin — karatavigenin.TheExpand
Ecdysteroids of flowering plants (Angiospermae)
A review is given of the ecdysone-like substances found in recent years in flowering plants. The structures of new compounds are presented. The role of molting hormones in the ecologicalExpand
Phytoecdysones ofAjuga turkestanica. III. The structure of turkesterone
SummaryFrom the roots ofAjuga turkestanica (Rg1.) Briq. family Labiatae a new phytoecdysone — turkesterone — has been isolated. It has been shown that it is 11α20R-dihydroxyecdysone.