Phytochemical Constituents, Traditional Uses, and Pharmacological Properties of the Genus Plumeria

@article{Sharma2011PhytochemicalCT,
  title={Phytochemical Constituents, Traditional Uses, and Pharmacological Properties of the Genus Plumeria},
  author={Garima Sharma and Maheep K. Chahar and Sonal Dobhal and Neelu Sharma and Tek Chand Sharma and Mahesh C Sharma and Yogesh Chandra Joshi and Mahabeer Prasad Dobhal},
  journal={Chemistry \& Biodiversity},
  year={2011},
  volume={8}
}

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IRIDOIDS WITH ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY FROM PLUMERIA ALBA L.

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Three major iridoids; viz. plumierides, protoplumericin A and plumieride acid were isolated from the bark and leaves of Plumeria alba L and displayed distinct activity against some pathogenic bacteria and fungi.

Plumerinine ― A novel lupin alkaloid from Plumeria rubra

Plumerinine, a novel lupin alkaloid has been isolated from the stem of Plumeria rubra and assigned structure on the basis of spectral studies. This constitutes the first example of the occurrence of

Minor Iridoids from the Roots of Plumeria acutifolia

Six new iridoids, i.e., 13-O-caffeoylplumieride, 13-deoxyplumieride, β-dihydroplumericinic acid glucosylester, 1α-plumieride, 1α-protoplumericin A, and 8-isoplumieride, were isolated from the polar

Über die Struktur von Plumericin, Isoplumericin, β-Dihydroplumericin und der β-Dihydroplumericinsäure

Aus Plumeria rubra var. alba (Apocynaceae) wurden neben dem bereits bekannten Fulvoplumierin das schon fruher aus PI. multiflora isolierte Plumericin, sowie neu Isoplumericin, β-Dihydroplumericin und