Chapter 1 Lupine Alkaloids

@inproceedings{Ohmiya1995Chapter1L,
  title={Chapter 1 Lupine Alkaloids},
  author={Shigeru Ohmiya and Kazuki Saito and Isamu Murakoshi},
  year={1995}
}
Publisher Summary This chapter deals with aspects of the occurrence, the spectroscopic characteristics, and the chemical properties of lupine alkaloids that have been isolated. It includes newly proposed biosynthetic pathway, biotechnological studies, a summary of biological activities, and a discussion of chemotaxonomic aspects of the leguminous plants which accumulate lupine alkaloids. More than 200 naturally occurring lupine alkaloids are known, most of which have been isolated from… Expand
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