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Glucosinolate composition of seeds from 297 species of wild plants
Abstract Seed samples from 22 species of the Capparidaceae (eight genera), one Caricaceae, 259 Cruciferae (88 genera), two Moringaceae, three Phytolaccaceae, one Pittosporaceae, six Resedaceae, oneExpand
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Modification and evaluation of the potato disc assay and antitumor screening of euphorbiaceae seeds.
Galsky et al. (10, 11) have reported that the inhibition and growth of crown gall tumors, initiated on potato discs by Agrobacterium tumefaciens, apparently has good agreement with 3PS in vivoExpand
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Naturally-Occurring and Synthetic Loline Alkaloid Derivatives: Insect Feeding Behavior Modification and Toxicity2
Methanol extracts of tall fescue plants (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.) infected with an endophytic fungus (Acremonium coenophialum Morgan-Jones and Gams) contain loline alkaloids which deter feedingExpand
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Analyses of selected endophyte-infected grasses for the presence of loline-type and ergot-type alkaloids
Selected endophyte-free and endophyte-infected grasses from the genera Festuca, Lolium, Hordeum, Stipa, and Poa were analyzed for the presence of loline- and ergot-type alkaloids. Loline alkaloidsExpand
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In vitro and in vivo ruminal and physiological responses to endophyte-infected tall fescue.
Relationships between alkaloid compounds in endophyte-infected tall fescue and ruminal metabolism were studied in two experiments. In the first experiment, different combinations of the pyrrolizidineExpand
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Alkaloid toxins in endophyte-infected grasses.
Grasses infected with clavicipitaceous fungi have been associated with a variety of diseases including classical ergotism in humans and animals, fescue foot and summer syndrome in cattle, andExpand
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Alkaloids of Stipa robusta (sleepygrass) infected with an Acremonium endophyte.
Stipa robusta (= Stipa vaseyi) is a perennial grass found in certain areas of the southwestern United States. It is commonly known as sleepygrass, as horses that ingest this grass may becomeExpand
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Isolation, semi-synthesis, and NMR spectral studies of loline alkaloids
Loline, a saturated pyrrolizidine-type alkaloid, was isolated from tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea) seed infected with the endophytic fungus Acremonium coenophialum. Procedures are described for theExpand
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Limonoid antifeedants from seed of Sandoricum koetjape.
An extract of the seed of Sandoricum koetjape has yielded two new limonoids, sandoricin [1] and 6-hydroxysandoricin [2]. Both compounds are effective antifeedants when incorporated into artificialExpand
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