quinolizidine alkaloid

quinolizidine alkaloid

includes plant-origin alkaloids causing nervous dysfunction (e.g. sparteine, lupinine, lupanine, hydroxylupanine, spathulatine, thermopsine), and those causing congenital defects (e.g. anagyrine).
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Deterring and inhibiting effects of quinolizidine alkaloids on the spruce budworm (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) oviposition.
Many natural substances such as sophoraflavanone G (34), quinolizidine alkaloids (35-38), alantolactone (16-20) and geniposide (21) have shown the effect of decreasing LPS-induced inflammation via suppression of pro-inflammatory cytokine secretion.
alopecuroides is the main compound in Lider-7-tang, we speculate that quinolizidine alkaloids had a major contribution to the effects observed.
Calia secundiflora (Ortega) Yakovlev (Fabaceae) is considered as a toxic species due to its content of quinolizidine alkaloids.
Each host species presents a different response to the presence of quinolizidine alkaloids in C.
Second, Lupinus tissues contain quinolizidine alkaloids (Hartmann 1991), which have deterrent or toxic effects on a diverse suite of herbivores (Bentley et al.
New quinolizidine alkaloids from Lupinus argenteus and its hosted root parasite Castilleja sulphurea.
These were investigated further for the occurrence of quinolizidine alkaloids using GC-MS with a nitrogren-specific detector (Greinwald & Meurer-Grimes, unpubl.
Diplotropis, Dussia, Lonchocarpus, and Ormosia belong to the Fabaceae tribe Sophoreae, which is characterized by the presence of quinolizidine alkaloids (Bisby et al.
Lupinus arboreus, like other Lupinus species, synthesizes substantial quantities of quinolizidine alkaloids (Hartmann 1991).