Phenolic Chemical Constituents of the Stem Barks of Robinia pseudoacacia

  title={Phenolic Chemical Constituents of the Stem Barks of Robinia pseudoacacia},
  author={S. Hong and Hwa-Jin Suh and J. S. Oh},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  • S. Hong, Hwa-Jin Suh, J. S. Oh
  • Published 2017
  • Chemistry
  • Chemistry of Natural Compounds
  • Robinia pseudoacacia L. (Fabaceae) is commonly known as blacklocust tree and is one of the most well-established exotic plants in South Korea, although it is widely cultivated in temperate regions elsewhere as an ornamental [1]. Flowers of R. pseudoacacia are used as antispasmodics, antitussives, and sedatives. Other parts of this plant, especially the bark and seeds, are poisonous [2]. Previous phytochemical studies on this plant have reported the isolation of compounds such as flavonoids… CONTINUE READING
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