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- Naman, C. Benjamin; Gupta, Gaurav; Varikuti, Sanjay; Chai, Heebyung; Doskotch, Raymond
W.; Satoskar, Abhay R.; Kinghorn, A. Douglas
- Journal of natural products 2015 v.78 no.3 pp. 552-556
- Thalictrum alpinum, etc ; Leishmania donovani; active ingredients; adenocarcinoma; alkaloids; animal models; antiparasitic properties; colon; cytotoxicity; dose response; humans; intravenous injection; liver; parasite load; promastigotes; screening; spectral analysis; spleen; visceral leishmaniasis; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Screening of a plant-derived natural product library led to the observation of in vitro antileishmanial activity by three bisbenzyltetrahydroisoquinoline alkaloids (1–3) that were purified previously from Thalictrum alpinum. A spectroscopic study of the active compounds was conducted to confirm their identities. Of the compounds tested, northalrugosidine (1) showed the most potent in vitro activit ...
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- Moen, Asbjørn; Lyngstad, Anders; Øien, Dag‐Inge
- Nordic journal of botany 2012 v.30 no.2 pp. 226-240
- Thalictrum alpinum, etc ; Drosera; Equisetum; Molinia caerulea; Narthecium ossifragum; Pedicularis; conservation areas; fens; grasslands; herbs; highlands; lawns and turf; plant communities; shrubs; species diversity; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... In the present study, we describe the variation in rich fen (brown moss‐dominated) vegetation of boreal uplands in Norway, based on studies in two nature reserves representing an oceanic and a more continental area. The vegetation description included 134 sample plots and 200 taxa, using TWINSPAN classification and DCA ordination. The main aims were to describe the rich fen vegetation used for tra ...
- Mooney, H. A.; Johnson, Albert W.
- Ecology 1965 v.46 no.5 pp. 721-727
- Thalictrum alpinum, etc ; Oxyria digyna; alpine plants; chromosomes; diploidy; ecophysiology; leaves; mountains; photoperiod; photosynthesis; streams; temperature; triploidy; vigor; Alaska; Arctic region; California; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... An ecological comparison was made between an alpine population of Thalictrum alpinum L. from the White Mountains of California and diploid and triploid plants of an arctic population from Ogotoruk Creek, Alaska. In a uniform environment plants of the alpine population were found to differ physiologically from the arctic plants in their photoperiod requirement, temperature of optimum photosynthesis ...