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Physiological aspect of mugineic acid, a possible phytosiderophore of graminaceous plants
Abstract A natural chelator designated mugineic acid (MA) was isolated from the root washings of barley cultivar “Minorimugi”;. The secretion of MA by barley roots occurred in the morning, and wasExpand
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Constituents of Chondria armata
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Terpenoids Biotransformation in Mammals III: Biotransformation of α-Pinene, β-Pinene, Pinane, 3-Carene, Carane, Myrcene, and p-Cymene in Rabbits
The biotransformation of (+)-, (-)-, and (+-)-alpha-pinenes, (-)-beta-pinene (nopinene), (-)-cis-pinane, (+)-3-carene, (-)-cis-carane, myrcene, and p-cymene in rabbits was investigated. The majorExpand
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A potent cytotoxic warburganal and related drimane-type sesquiterpenoids from Polygonum hydropiper
Abstract Warburganal, a drimane-type sesquiterpene dialdehyde which has potent cytotoxic, antifeedant, antibiotic and molluscicidal activities was isolated from
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Studies on the Acyl Glycosides from Leucoseptrum japonicum (MIQ.) KITAMURA et MURATA
Two new acyl glycosides, leucosceptosides A (IV) and B (V), have been isolated from Leucosceptrum japonicum (MIQ.) KITAMURA et MURATA, together with martynoside (III), acteoside (I) and an acteosideExpand
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Curcumenone, curcumanolide A and curcumanolide B, three sesquiterpenoids from Curcuma zedoaria
Abstract From the crude drug zedoary (the dried and ground rhizome of Curcuma zedoaria ) a new cyclopropanosesquiterpene curcumenone and two new spirolactones, curcumanolide A and curcumanolide BExpand
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