Aloe Plants Accumulate Anthrone-Type Anthranoids in Inflorescence and Leaves, and Tetrahydroanthracenes in Roots

Abstract

The accumulation and distribution of characteristic secondary products in the different organs of an A loe plant (A. succotrina Lam.) were studied by high performance liquid chro­ matography for the first time. In the leaves of the A loe plant, only anthrone-C-glycosyls of the 7-hydroxyaloin type and, for the first time in plant material, the free… (More)

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@inproceedings{Sigler2013AloePA, title={Aloe Plants Accumulate Anthrone-Type Anthranoids in Inflorescence and Leaves, and Tetrahydroanthracenes in Roots}, author={Anette Sigler and Hans Wilhelm Rauwald}, year={2013} }