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In this paper the species of ethnic medicinal plants Orobanche, Cistanche and Boschniakia, and their ethnopharmaceutical uses were comprehensively summarized by field investigation, systematical data analysis and comparison of relevant specimen and references. The results showed that six plants belonging to Orobanche were used as seven kinds of ethnic(More)
Five new phenylpropanoid glycosides, paraboside A, paraboside B, paraboside I, paraboside II and paraboside III along with the three known phenylethanoids, nuomioside A, caleolarioside B, isonuomioside A have been isolated from the whole plants of Paraboea glutinosa. The structures of the new compounds have been elucidated on the basis of spectroscopic data.
OBJECTIVE To provide evidences for the pharmacognostical and chemical identification and the further development of Lysinotus wilsonii. METHOD The paraffin section method was used for the microscopic identifications of stems and leaves. The slide with chloral hydrate was applied for the microscopic identifications of the powder of stems and leaves. The(More)
OBJECTIVE To offer a scientific evidence for the study and exploration of Gesneriaceae ethnic medicinal plants in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region by summinging up the species, distribution and traditional effect etc.. METHODS Made investigation in the local place and analyzed data, consulted relevant specimen and references. RESULTS 1) Seven ethnic(More)
OBJECTIVE To provide basis for quality control of Zijingpi, DNA identification was used based on NCBI nucleotide database analysis. METHOD Firstly, total DNA of Zijingpi was extracted. Secondly, the ITS sequence was amplified by PCR with universal primer of ITS and PCR products was directly sequenced after purification. Finally, ITS sequence similarity(More)
To investigate the role of distribution and phylogeny of phenylethanoid glycoside in medicinal plants of Gesneriaceae, five phenylpropanoid glycosides, acteoside, paraboside B, isonuomioside A, paraboside II, and paraboside III were quantitatively determined in 12 species of Gesneriaceae by HPLC. The existence and content of these compounds were analyzed.(More)
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