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Inheritance of caffeine and heteroside contents in an interspecific cross between a cultivated coffee species Coffea liberica var.
Oleandrine (Figure 12), the majority, is heteroside of oleandrose and oleandrigenin.
Hydro ethanolic Chemical constituent Extract Total Tannins + Tannins Gallic tannins + polyphenols catechin tannins - Flavonols + Flavonoids Anthocyanes - Leucoanthocyanes - Alcaloids + triterpenes et sterol + Mucilage - Saponosids - heteroside steroidic - triterpenes heterosids + Coumaines + Glycosides cardiaque - oses and holosides - aqueous Chemical constituent Extract + Tannins + polyphenols - + Flavonoids - - Alcaloids - triterpenes et sterol - Mucilage + Saponosids - heteroside steroidic - triterpenes heterosids - Coumaines + Glycosides cardiaque - oses and holosides - +: presence; -: absence.
Picrocrocin is a bitter heteroside which easily dissolves in water and alcohol and brings up a glocoside whose hydrolysis generates glucose and picrocrocin.
Their fragmentation patterns were consistent with those of heteroside derivatives of kaempferol, whose main fragment consists of m/z 285 [[[C.sub.15][H.sub.9][O.sub.6]].sup.-].
(2012) showed that the presence of abundant heteroside flavonoids and phenolic compounds in the Copaifera langsdorffli extract (Brancalion et al., 2012).
The genus Escallonia itself contains asperuloside, a heteroside of limited distribution but commonly occurring in the Rubiaceae (Takhtajan, 1983).
Our studies show that heteroside 2 is more active than its aglyeon 3 with respective percentages of inhibition of 78.8% and 69.9% at a concentration of 10 mg/kg 3 hours after the injection of the carrageenan (Table 2).
Forgacs, P., Desconclois, J.F., Pousset, J-L., Rabaron, A.: Structure d'un nouvel heteroside coumarique: Le diospyroside.
They provide the majority of alkaloids, heterosides and essential oils content.
Phenolic heterosides, flavanones, and terpenoids were observed in the HEG; these compounds are frequently detected in Apis mellifera propolis [34,35] but have not often been described for Melipona geopropolis.