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Sarcococca

Known as: Sarcococcas, sweet box 
An evergreen shrub widely distributed in central Nepal. Members contain steroidal alkaloids.
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Review
2019
Review
2019
  • M. Daughtrey
  • Annual Review of Phytopathology
  • 2019
  • Corpus ID: 195845187
Boxwood blight, caused by Calonectria pseudonaviculata and Calonectria henricotiae, has had devastating effects in gardens since… 
2018
2018
Main conclusionBoxwood leaves are more susceptible to Calonectria pseudonaviculata (Cps) and better suited for Cps reproduction… 
2018
2018
Three new steroidal alkaloids with an unusual 3α tigloylamide group, named sarchookloides A–C (1–3), were isolated along with… 
2018
2018
Two new steroidal alkaloids, named hookerianine A (1) and hookerianine B (2) were isolated from the stems and roots of Sarcococca… 
2010
2010
Four new 5 alpha-pregnane-type steroidal alkaloids, hookerianamides L(1), M(2), N(3), and O(4), and a known N-formylchonemorphine… 
2008
2008
The bioassay-guided phytochemical investigation of Sarcococca hookeriana with respect to cholinesterase inhibitory properties has… 
2007
2007
Bioguided phytochemical investigation of Sarcococca hookeriana with respect to the cholinesterase enzyme inhibitory assay yielded… 
2007
2007
The search for antileishmanial constituents from the medicinal plant Sarcococca hookeriana (Buxaceae) of Nepalese origin has… 
2006
2006
From the flowers of Sarcococca coriacea , a triterpenoic acid, oleanolic acid, a pentahydric sugar alcohol, xylitol along with… 
2002
2002
From the leaves of Sarcococca coriacea two new steroidal alkaloids, epoxynepapakistamine-A [(20S)-20-(N-methylamino)-3beta…