Chemical constituents of Citrus sinensis var. Shukri from Pakistan

@article{Saleem2010ChemicalCO,
  title={Chemical constituents of Citrus sinensis var. Shukri from Pakistan},
  author={Muhammad Saleem and Ariba Farooq and Shabir Ahmad and Nusrat Shafiq and Naheed Riaz and Abdul Jabbar and Muhammad Asharib Arshad and Abdul Malik},
  journal={Journal of Asian Natural Products Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={12},
  pages={702 - 706}
}
The variety ‘Shukri’ is a new hybrid of Citrus sinensis and is frequently grown for its sweet edible fruits in the southern part of Pakistan. The leaves of this hybrid variety have been investigated in search of secondary metabolites for the first time. As a result of chromatographic analysis of the methanolic extract, a new ceramide along with a flavonone glycoside and two steroids has been isolated, which were spectroscopically characterized as (E)-N-(1,3,4,5-tetrahydroxyhexadecan-2-yl)dec-4… 

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