Alkaloids from Papaver armeniacum, P. fugax and P. tauricola.

@article{Phillipson1981AlkaloidsFP,
  title={Alkaloids from Papaver armeniacum, P. fugax and P. tauricola.},
  author={J. David Phillipson and O. O. Thomas and Alexander Irvine Gray and G{\"u}nay Sariyar},
  journal={Planta medica},
  year={1981},
  volume={41 2},
  pages={
          105-18
        }
}
Species from the section Miltantha are reviewed in the context of their contained alkaloids. Thebaine was isolated as the major alkaloid from a sample of P. fugax together with narcotine, pronuciferine, alpinigenine, O-ethylalpinigenine, amurensinine, N-methyl-crotonosine, armepavine, isocorydine and salutaridine as minor alkaloids. A second sample of P. fugax contained glaucamine and glaudine as major alkaloids with rhoeadine, oreogenine, oreodine and O-ethyl-glaucamine as minor alkaloids… 
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