Seasonal Variation of the Chemical Constituents from Croton Species

@inproceedings{Pereiraa2001SeasonalVO,
  title={Seasonal Variation of the Chemical Constituents from Croton Species},
  author={Alberto dos Santos Pereiraa and Ana Claudia Fernandes do Amaralb and Margareth de Araujo Silvaa and Francisco Radler de Aquino Netoa},
  year={2001}
}
  • Alberto dos Santos Pereiraa, Ana Claudia Fernandes do Amaralb, +1 author Francisco Radler de Aquino Netoa
  • Published 2001
The terpenes, sterols, alkaloid (glaucine) and a-tocopherol show seasonal variation for Croton hemiargyreus hemiargyreus and Croton echinocarpus. The amounts of triterpenes are higher during the tropical summer and in most samples the major sesquiterpene was characterized as caryophyllene. The seasonal variation of glaucine showed a maximum be­ tween June and October for C. hemiargyreus, and was present only in January and June in C. echinocarpus. 
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