Alkaloidal components in the poisonous plant, Ipomoea carnea (Convolvulaceae).

@article{Haraguchi2003AlkaloidalCI,
  title={Alkaloidal components in the poisonous plant, Ipomoea carnea (Convolvulaceae).},
  author={Mitsue Haraguchi and Silvana Lima G{\'o}rniak and Kyoko Ikeda and Yasuhiro Minami and Atsushi Kato and Alison A. Watson and Robert J. Nash and Russell J Molyneux and Naoki Asano},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={51 17},
  pages={4995-5000}
}
Natural intoxication of livestock by the ingestion of Ipomoea carnea (Convolvulaceae) sometimes occurs in tropical regions of the world. Polyhydroxylated alkaloids were isolated from the leaves, flowers, and seeds of the poisonous plant and characterized. Chromatographic separation of the leaf extract resulted in the isolation of swainsonine (1), 2-epi-lentiginosine (2), calystegines B(1) (3), B(2) (4), B(3) (5), and C(1) (6), and N-methyl-trans-4-hydroxy-l-proline (7). The contents of 1 in the… CONTINUE READING

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