Chemotaxonomic significance of anthraquinones in the roots of asphodeloideae (asphodelaceae)

@article{Wyk1995ChemotaxonomicSO,
  title={Chemotaxonomic significance of anthraquinones in the roots of asphodeloideae (asphodelaceae)},
  author={B. Wyk and A. Yenesew and E. Dagne},
  journal={Biochemical Systematics and Ecology},
  year={1995},
  volume={23},
  pages={277-281}
}
Abstract The distribution of seven anthraquinones in the roots of some 46 species belonging to the genera Asphodelus, Asphodeline, Bulbine, Bulbinella and Kniphofia was studied by TLC and HPLC, 1,8-Dihydroxyanthraquinones based on a chrysophanol unit are the main constituents of the subterranean metabolism in the subfamily Asphodeloideae. The genera Bulbine, Bulbinella and Kniphofia elaborate knipholone-type compounds. These compounds appear to be characteristic constituents for the three… Expand

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