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Solanum abutiloides

Known as: Cyphomandra abutiloides, Cyphomandra abutiloides Griseb., Solanum abutiloides (Griseb.) Bitter & Lillo 
 
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2009
2009
D. Perdana K. Tubagus, 2007. “Utilization of Fermented Tree Tomato Skin Fruit Flour in Feed to Egg’s Quail Production (Coturnix… Expand
2004
2004
The Solanum abutiloides plant is highly resistant to soil-borne pathogens such as Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. melongenae… Expand
2003
2003
Four steroidal glycosides, named abutilosides L, M and N, these being 22S,25S-epoxy-furost-5-ene type glycosides, and abutiloside… Expand
2002
2002
From the fresh roots of Solanum abutiloides, four new 26-aminocholesteryl glycosides were obtained, and their structures were… Expand
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2000
2000
Four new cholestane glycosides, named abutilosides D (1), E (2), F (3) and G (4), were isolated from the fresh roots of Solanum… Expand
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1997
1997
In addition to solamargine and proto-dioscin, three new steroid glycosides, abutilosides A-C, have been isolated from roots of… Expand
1996
1996
From the roots of Solanum abutiloides, glycosides of 26-hydroxy- and 26-aminocholestane were obtained and their structures were… Expand
1988
1988
Abstract The fungicides imazalil and prochloraz suppressed the in vitro growth of four fungal storage pathogens of tamarillos… Expand
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1981
1981
A steroidal aglycone, isonuatigenin, has been isolated from the hydrolysate of unripe fruits of Solanum abutiloides. The… Expand