Simarubàcia, Simarubàcies o Simaroubaceae és una família de plantes amb flors. Sobre la seva classificació taxonòmica hi ha hagut un important debat. Họ (familia), Simaroubaceae . “The Ecological Impact of Allelopathy in Ailanthus altissima (Simaroubaceae)”. American “Simaroubàceae—Ailanthus family”. Euleria (Anacardiaceae) is Pier asma (Simaroubaceae): The genus genera of Simaroubaceae and species of Picrasma. .. Palinología de la familia.
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In vivo antimalarial activities of Quassia amara and Quassia undulata plant extracts in mice. Simalikalactone D also showed great in vivo and in vitro activity Bertani et al.
Kundu and Laskar reported 91 terpenoids in eight species of the genus Ailanthus, which predominantly included quassinoids. Characterization of quassinoids simzroubaceae the steams of Quassia indica. Cytotoxic activity Cytotoxicity, commonly found within the Simaroubaceae family, is primarily attributed to quassinoids. However, the search for new natural sources of more potent and less toxic quassinoids, and the structural modification of previously known compounds to lower their toxicity, constitute interesting alternatives for the development of anticancer drugs Guo et al.
Isolation and X-ray crystal structures of shinjudilactone and shinjulactone C and conversion simarobaceae ailanthone into shunjudilactone. Isobrucein B and neosergeolide, quassinoids found in Picolemma sprucei, display larvicidal properties against Aedes aegypti famillia Silva et al. Chaparrinone and chaparrin as well as isobrucein B, sergeolide and quassimarin, isolated from species of Picrolemma, Simaba and Quassia, also displayed good antileukemic activity Kupchan and Streelman, ; Moretti et al.
Impact on its antimalarial activity and cytotoxicity. Quassinoid constituents of Quassia amara I. The first isolated and identified quassinoids were quassin 6 and neoquassin 7from Quassia amara; the isolation was done in by Clark in the ‘s.
Tirucallane, apotirucallane, and octanorapotirucallane triterpenes of Simarouba amara. Information regarding the botanical descriptions, the isolated and identified chemical constituents, and the pharmacological activities of isolated compounds or crude extracts of the main species of Simaroubaceae family, were retrieved from books and original articles found in several databases Medline, SciFinder, Periodicos Capes, Science Direct, Scopus and Web of Science in the period from towas performed.
Antiprotozoa against Trypanossoma cruzi and T.
Polen morphology and plant taxonomy. Other biological activities At high concentrations some quassinoids show in vitro skmaroubaceae activity. Picrasin k, a new quassinoid from Quassia amara L.
Quassinoids from Quassia indica. Structural requirements of quassinoids for the inhibition of cell transformations. Anthrone and oxanthrone C-glycosides from Picramnia latifolia collected in Peru.
Simaroubaceae – Wikispecies
simzroubaceae Plos One 4, e Triterpenos sumaroubaceae alcaloide tipo cantinona dos galhos de Simaba polyphylla Cavalcante W. Absolute stereostructures of picrajavanin-A and picrajavanin-B.
Simaroubaceae extract and its bioactive principles in rats. Comparative anatomy of the secondary xylem in the gruinales and terebinthales of wettstein with reference to taxonomic grouping.
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Structures of shinjulactones F, I, J and K. Picrasinoside H, a new quassinoid glucoside, and simaroubwceae compounds from the stem wood of Picrasma ailanthoides. Bitter principles of the Simaroubaceae. Identification of plant growth inhibitor principles in Ailanthus altissima and Castela tortuosa. Its fruit is a drupe, generally separated in drupelets Noldin, The chemical compounds of this nature were, initially, known as “quassin”, after a physician named Quassi simaroubzceae the bark of Simaroubaceae plants to treat fever.
Feeding deterrent and insecticide fsmilia Many quassinoids have been deemed the responsible agents for alterations in feeding behaviour and growth regulation of insects Govindachari et al.
Species of the genus Ailanthus display antiasthmatic and antiallergenic activities Kumar et al. Constituents of Simarouba versicolor. Isolation and characterization of a new glabretal triterpene from Quassia multiflora.
Kundu and Laskar reported 91 terpenoids, quassinoids included. Insect antifeedant and growth simaruobaceae activities of quassinoids from Samadera indica. This last molecule has been proved to be more potent than paclitaxel and cisplatine, drugs commonly used in therapeutic Lavhale et al. Initial clinical studies with brucea ntin.
Antifeedant activity of botanical crude extracts and their fractions on Bemisia tabaci Homoptera: Brazilian plants as possible adaptogens: In vitro inhibition of Plasmodium falciparum by substances isolatade from Amazonian antimalarial plants.
This classificiation included nine tribes in six subfamilies. In this context, the family was divided in four tribes: Studies on protein characteristics and toxic constituents of Simarouba glauca oilseed meal.