protoanemonin

protoanemonin

pentadienoic lactone in all members of the plant family Ranunculaceae. In the living plant it is present as an inert glycoside ranunculin. When it is released enzymatically it is irritant, causing erythema and blistering of the skin and mucosae. See also ranunculus.
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46) The active compound in the root is the lactone protoanemonin, which is recognized as the bactericidal agent.
Mae yna gemegyn o'r enw Protoanemonin yn y sudd a hwn sy'n rhoi'r blas chwerw ar y dail, ac mi all achosi swigod neu bothelli ar y croen.
Anemone Protoanemonin Aquilegia Columbine Glycosides vulgaris Clematis Clematis Anemonin Convallaria Lily of Cardiac glycosides majalis the Valley saponins Datura Trumpet Flower Tropane alkaloids Delphinium Delphinium Alkaloids Dicentra spp.
Y protoanemonin yn y sudd sy'n rhoi'r blas chwerw i'r planhigyn, ac mi all y sudd chwerw yma godi swigod neu bothelli ar y croen.
The factors isolated contained umbelliferone, protoanemonin, and plant phenols.