The chemistry and biological activity of the Hyacinthaceae.

@article{Mulholland2013TheCA,
  title={The chemistry and biological activity of the Hyacinthaceae.},
  author={D. Mulholland and S. Schwikkard and N. Crouch},
  journal={Natural product reports},
  year={2013},
  volume={30 9},
  pages={
          1165-210
        }
}
The Hyacinthaceae (sensu APGII), with approximately 900 species in about 70 genera, can be divided into three main subfamilies, the Hyacinthoideae, the Urgineoideae and the Ornithogaloideae, with a small fourth subfamily the Oziroëoideae, restricted to South America. The plants included in this family have long been used in traditional medicine for a wide range of medicinal applications. This, together with some significant toxicity to livestock has led to the chemical composition of many of… Expand
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