tropane

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tro·pane

(trō'pān),
1. A bicyclic hydrocarbon, the fundamental structure of tropine, atropine, and other physiologically active substances.
2. In plural form, a class of alkaloids containing the tropane (1) structure.
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stramonium, Shows the positive effect of this plant on the increase of the resistance of the soil, it can affect the germination of the seeds and so delay it, or the development of the plants is inhibited [31, 4] The alkaloids present in Datura such as Tropanes including scopolamine and hyoscyamine were present in soil extract, both are at equal concentrations [34].
The letters R O T A S P E N make 11 transposals: ASPERTON OPERANTS PARSONET PASTRONE PATERSON PRONATES PROTEANS TROPANES PATORNES PATRONES PORTENAS
Los principios activos del latex incluyen a la taspina y alcaloides antitumorales como: piridone, aportine indole, quinolin, tropanes, acido graso insaturado, antraquinonas y triterpenos.