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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This translocation is supported by the fact that Picramnia and Alvaradoa are phytochemically characterized by a vast presence of anthraquinones and anthracenic derivates in comparison to quassinoids, the taxonomic markers of the Simaroubaceae family Diaz et al.
A quassinoid peninsularinone and a steroid from Castela peninsularis. Polyphenols, anthraquinones, coumarins, flavonoids, lignans, limonoids, quinines, fatty acids, phenylpropanoids and vitamins have been reported for the different species of the Simaroubaceae family Chart 1although many species have not been chemically studied yet.
Picrasin k, a new quassinoid from Quassia amara L.
Quassinoid constituents from the twigs and thorns of Castela polyandra. Quassinoids and tetranortriterpenoids from Picrolemma granatensis.
Simarouba amara extract increases human skin keratinocyte differentiation. Many genera from the Simaroubaceae family have been reported to express quassinoids Chart 1.
A new neolignan and a new sesterterpenoid from the stems of Picrasma quassioides Bennet. They are potential sources for the isolation and structural elucidation of new of novel bioactive compounds that could provide information for the development of herbal medicines, phytopharmaceuticals and phyto cosmetics. The ovary is superior, above a short gynophore or above a four or five carpels disk, generally free at the base and fused by the style with one in the case of Quassia or two ovules per carpel.
Furthermore, the structural fami,ia was successful until the beginning of the ‘s, when Valenta and collaborators were able to apply novel techniques, such as Nuclear Magnetic Resonance NMR.
Five new quassinoids from the bark of Picrasma quassioides. Simalikalactone D is responsible for the antimalarial properties of an amazonian traditional remedy made with Quassia amara L. This paper is a review of the botanical, chemical and pharmacological characteristics of the major genera and species of Simaroubaceae family.
Chaparramarin, found in Castela tortuosa, has growth inhibitory activity siaroubaceae Heliothis virescens Kubo et al. This classificiation included nine tribes in six subfamilies. Chemogeographical evolution of quassinoids in Simaroubaceae.
Pharmacological mechanisms underlying the anti-ulcer activity of methanol extract and canthinone of Simaba ferruginea A. The evolution and classification of flowering plants. Canthinone alkaloids from Picrolemma granatensis. Chemical constituents ; Simaba; Simarouba; Simaroubaceae; Quassia. Quassiols B-D, new squalene triterpenes from Quassia multiflora.
Progress in the synthesis of canthine alkaloids and ring-truncated congeners. Eight steroids were isolated from four species of the genus Simaroubacae and their structure was elucidated Barbosa et al. Steroids Eight steroids were isolated from four species of the genus Simaba and their structure was elucidated Barbosa et al.
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Twenty three metabolites from different classes were isolated from six species of the genus Simaba Barbosa et al. Previous reports also found these compounds elicit anti-inflammatory activity Guo et al.
Due to the chemical diversity previously described for many species of Simaroubaceae family, it is worth noting that it can be characterized as a promising source of bioactive molecules with remarkable research potential. Insect antifeedant and growth regulating activities of quassinoids from Samadera indica.
Plants as sources of antimalarial drugs, Part 6: Tirucallane, apotirucallane, and octanorapotirucallane triterpenes of Simarouba amara. The natural occurrence of melianodiol and its diacetate in Samadera madagascariensis Simaroubaceae: The secondary metabolites of Samadera SAC At high concentrations some simaeoubaceae show in vitro antiviral activity.