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1 l-ALLYLCYTISINE AND OTHER MINOR ALKALOIDS FROM UNRIPE SOPHORA SECUNDIFLORA

@inproceedings{From20011LA,
  title={1 l-ALLYLCYTISINE AND OTHER MINOR ALKALOIDS FROM UNRIPE SOPHORA SECUNDIFLORA},
  author={A. From and Unripe Sophora and Secundiflora Fruits},
  year={2001}
}
Sophora secundiflora (Ort.) Lag. ex DC. (Leguminosae) is a shrub native to the drier areas of the southwestern portions of the United States. The mature seeds from this plant are referred to as mescal beans, red beans and big drunk beans, and have been cited in the ethnobotanical literature [l-3] as being hallucinogenic becaise of their past use in certain native American ceremonies. A recent lay publication [4] has indicated that the mature seeds are part of the modem drug scene. These reports… Expand
Morphological and Genetic Characteristics of Sophora secundiflora and Sophora tomentosa (Fabaceae) cultivated in Egypt
TLDR
The retrieved morphological, anatomical and genetic features provide a powerful identification and characterization tool for both of the studied Sophora species; even when used as powdered material. Expand

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