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Rare 2-Phenoxychromones from Ononis serrata Growing in Egypt

  • Amer, Masouda E.;Kassem, Fahima F.;Abdel-Kader, Maged S.
    • Natural Product Sciences
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.32-34
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    • 2004
  • Two 2-phenoxychromones; a rare group of natural products, were isolated from the combined ethylacetate and chloroform fractions of the ethanolic extract of Ononis serrata frossk (Leguminosae) growing in Egypt. Structures were elucidated by chemical, spectroscopic methods as well as single X-ray diffraction analyses. The cytotoxic and antimicrobial effects of the two compounds were examined. It is worth to mention that this is the first report on the isolation of 2-phenoxychromones from the family Leguminosae.

Soyasapogenols B and E from melilotus afficinalis

  • Ksng, Sam-Sik;Lim, Chae-Hyun;Lee, Sook-Yeon
    • Archives of Pharmacal Research
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.9-13
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    • 1987
  • From the aerial parts of Melilotus officinalis (Leguminosae) soyasapogenols B, mp 259-260.deg., and E, mp 246-247, were isolated along with coumarin and kaempferol. This is the first report of the isolation of soyasapogenols from the genus Meliotus.

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A Naturalized Plant of Lespedeza (Leguminosae) in Korea: L. floribunda Bunge (싸리속(콩과) 미기록 귀화식물: 분홍싸리)

  • Han, Jeong Eun;Choi, Byoung-Hee
    • Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy
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    • v.37 no.1
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    • pp.79-85
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    • 2007
  • A naturalized plant of Leguminosae is reported in Korea. L. fioribunda belongs to subgenus Lespedeza of Lespedeza which is characterized by having chasmogamous flowers. The plant is native in China and recently naturalized in Seoul and Chungcheongnam Province of Korea. A key to the species of subgenus Lespedeza in Korea including L. floribunda is provided.

Anti-inflammatory Activity of a Flavonol Glycoside from Tephrosia Spinosa

  • Chakradhar, V.;Babu, Y. Hari;Ganapaty, S.;Prasad, Y. Rajendra;Rao, N. Koteswara
    • Natural Product Sciences
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.63-66
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    • 2005
  • A rare flavonol glycoside identified as $eupalitin-3-O-{\beta}-D-glucoside$ (I) was isolated from Tephrosia spinosa (Leguminosae) and its anti-inflammatory activity was evaluated against carrageenin induced paw edema. The compound exhibited significant activity when compared to the standard drug indomethacin.

Indigofera grandiflora (Leguminosae), a New Species from Korea

  • Choi, Byoung-Hee
    • Journal of Plant Biology
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    • v.39 no.2
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    • pp.145-148
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    • 1996
  • A new species, Indigofera grandiflora B. Choi et S. Cho, was described from sourthern Korea. The new species is related to I. kirilowii and I. koreana in the Far East. However, the species differs from these two species in having larger flowers and leaflets and hairiness on leaflets. The new species is also allied to I. decora in southest China and Japan, but clearly distinguished from the latter by its larger flowers, shorter inflorescences, and hairiness on leaflets.

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Two Unrecorded Alien Plants of Genus Melilotus in Korea: M. officinalis and M. indicus (Leguminosae)

  • Kim, Jin Ohk;Ryu, Tae Bok;Kim, Myoung Jun;Kim, Dae Hong;Lee, Nam Sook
    • Korean Journal of Plant Resources
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    • v.32 no.1
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    • pp.63-71
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    • 2019
  • Two unrecorded alien plants, Melilotus officinalis (L.) Lam. and M. indicus (L.) All. (Leguminosae) were found in Korea. M. officinalis is native to Eurasia and widely distributed in agricultural regions throughout the world. M. indicus is native to Mediterranean and Southwestern Europe, and naturalized in temperate regions all over the world. These species are morphologically similar to M. suaveolens (Jeon-dong-ssa-ri). However, M. officinalis is distinguished from M. suaveolens by transverse nerved legumes, definite ovary stalks, and five to eight number of ovules in ovary. M. indicus is also distinguished from M. suaveolens by smaller size of flowers, broadly triangular calyx teeth, globose legumes, and minutely papillose seeds. The local name of M. officinalis and M. indicus were given as "Ju-reum-jeon-dong-ssa-ri" and "Jom-jeon-dong-ssa-ri" based on transverse nerved legumes and overall smaller size than M. suaveolens, respectively. The descriptions on morphological characters and photographs at the habitat of M. officinalis and M. indicus are provided.

Isolation of Acylated Sterylglycosides from the Legumes of Albizzia julibrissin (자귀나무 꼬투리로부터 Acylated Sterylglycoside의 분리)

  • Kim, Young-Hee
    • Korean Journal of Pharmacognosy
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    • v.30 no.3
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    • pp.290-294
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    • 1999
  • From the legumes of Albizzia julibrissin Durazzini (Leguminosae), a mixture of long-chain alcohols, ${\alpha}-spinasterol$, a mixture of acylated sterol glycosides and ${\alpha}-spinasteryl$ $3-O-{\beta}-D-glucoside$ were isolated. Two mixtures of long-chain alcohols and acylated sterol glycosides were characterized as 1-hexacosanol (major) and 1-tetracosanol, and $3-O-[6'-O-palmitoyl-{\beta}-D-glucosyl]-{\alpha}-spinasterol$ (major) and its 6'-O-stearoyl ester. All compounds were identified on the basis of spectral data and chemical reactions.

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Phytochemical Studies on Astragalus Root (2);Flavonoids and a Lignan

  • Lee, Eun-Ju;Yean, Min-Hye;Jung, Hye-Sil;Kim, Ju-Sun;Kang, Sam-Sik
    • Natural Product Sciences
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    • v.14 no.2
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    • pp.131-137
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    • 2008
  • From the 70% EtOH extract of the roots of Astragalus membranaceus (Leguminosae), eleven flavonoid derivatives and a lignan, were isolated and identified as liquiritigenin (1), daidzein (2), formononetin (3), sophorophenolone (4), calycosin (5), methylnissolin (6), isomucronulatol (7), isomucronulatol 7-O-glucoside (8), methylnissolin 3-O-glucoside (9), calycosin 7-O-glucoside (10), (+)-syringaresinol O-${\beta}$-D-glucoside (11), and isomucronulatol 7,2'-di-O-glucoside (12), by spectroscopic methods. This is the second report of the isoflavonoid derivatives sophorophenolone (4) and isomucronulatol 7,2'-di-O-glucoside (12) from a natural source, as well as the first report of compounds liquiritigenin (1), daidzein (2) and (+)-syringaresinol O-${\beta}$-D-glucoside (11) from the species A. membranaceus.