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Extractives from Neobeguea mahafalensis and Cedrelopsis grevei.
Neobeguea mahafalensis Leroy. and Cedrelopsis grevei Baill. are the two Madagascan species which were investigated in this work. Neobeguea mahafalensis Leroy. belongs to the Neobeguea genus of the Meliaceae family and is ...
Synthesis and biological activity of aloin derivatives.
This project is focused on the synthesis and biological activity of aloin and derivatives. Aloin is a C-glucoside anthrone that is found in Aloe marlothii, a common Southern African plant used in traditional medicine. ...
The chemical investigation of the Amaryllidaceae and Hyacinthaceae.
This work is an account of investigations into the chemistry of members of the Amaryllidaceae and Hyacinthaceae families. The plants of the family Amaryllidaceae are a large group comprising over sixty genera and more ...
Extractives from the Hyacinthaceae.
Four species belonging to the Hyacinthaceae family were investigated. The taxonomy of the Hyacinthaceae is currently under review and therefore compounds isolated from these plants could provide valuable chemical evidence ...
Extractive from seven African medicinal plants.
This PhD thesis describes a phytochemical investigation of seven medicinal plants, namely, Ledebouria ovatifolia (Hyacinthaceae), Eucomis pole-evansii (Hyacinthaceae ), Lachenalia rub ida (Hyacinthaceae), Drimia ...
Phytochemistry and bioactive natural products from Lannea alata, Lannea rivae, Lannea schimperi and Lannea schweinfurthii (anacardiaceae)
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The chemical investigation of Ledebouria ovatifolia, Clivia caulescens and Haemanthus pauculifolius.
Ledebouria ovatifolia (Bak.) lessop, Clivia caulescens R.A.Dyer and Haemanthus pauculifolius Snijman & Van Wyk were the three species investigated in this work. Ledebouria ovatifolia belongs to the family Hyacinthaceae ...
A phytochemical investigation of members of the hyacinthaceae family and biological screening of homoisoflavanones and structurally related compounds.
The Hyacinthaceae family is richly represented in southern Africa. Of the five subfamilies, three are found in southern Africa. These are the Urgineoideae (URG), Ornithogaloideae (ORN) and the Hyacinthoideae (HYA). The ...
Extractives from the Meliaceae and Simaroubaceae of Madagascar.
This work describes the isolation and structural elucidation of extractives from four species of the Meliaceae and one of the Simaroubaceae families. All five species examined are endemic to the island of Madagascar. One ...
Extractives from the Meliaceae and Melianthaceae, and investigations into enamine chemistry.
Part A of this thesis is an account of the extractives isolated from one member of the Melianthaceae and two members of the Meliaceae. Plants belonging to these families are known to produce compounds with medicinal ...