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New phytoecdysteroids from cultured plants of Ajuga nipponensis Makino
Ectopic expression of snapdragon transcription factors facilitates the identification of genes encoding enzymes of anthocyanin decoration in tomato.
- Takayuki Tohge, Yang Zhang, A. Fernie
- BiologyThe Plant journal : for cell and molecular…
- 1 August 2015
Intensive metabolite analyses of tomatoes ectopically expressing the Delila and Rosea1 transcription factor genes from snapdragon revealed multiple changes, including depletion of rutin and naringenin chalcone, and enhanced levels of anthocyanins and phenylacylated flavonol derivatives.
Isolation and identification of neo-clerodane diterpenes from Ajuga remota by high-performance liquid chromatography.
The anti-feedant activities of the isolated compounds against Spodoptera littoralis are also reported here.
neo-Clerodane diterpenoids from Ajuga: structural elucidation and biological activity
This review focuses on the isolation and structural elucidation of this type of compounds from Ajuga species and the hemisynthetic compounds of closely related structure obtained.
Phytoecdysteroids from Ajuga macrosperma var. breviflora roots.
- Amaya Castro, J. Coll, Y. Tandrón, A. Pant, C. Mathela
- ChemistryJournal of natural products
- 5 June 2008
Three new phytoecdysteroids, ajugacetalsterones C (1) and D (3) and breviflorasterone (2), were isolated from the roots of Ajuga macrosperma var. breviflora along with five known compounds, namely,…
Anthraquinones from in vitro root culture of Morinda royoc L.
This is the first report on AQ production from root culture of this plant and the structures of isolated compounds were determined from 1H-NMR data.
Neo-clerodane diterpenes from Teucrium fruticans.
Isolation and structure elucidation of three neo-clerodane diterpenes from Teucrium fruticans L. (LABIATAE).
Isolation and Identification of Neo-Clerodane Diterpenes from Ajuga Nipponensis Makino
The antifeedant activity of the isolated diterpenes against Spodoptera littoralis is reported here and their reversed-phase chromatographic behavior was established.