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Comparative study of lipids and lipophilic constituents from separate organs of Ajuga turkestanica
- Khidoyatova, Sh. K., Ul’chenko, N. T., Gusakova, S. D., Chernenko, T. V., Sagdullaev, Sh. Sh., Nigmatullaev, A. M.
- Chemistry of natural compounds 2012 v.48 no.5 pp. 732-736
- Ajuga, aerial parts, flowers, glycolipids, iridoids, phospholipids, plant organs, roots, seeds, triacylglycerols
- Lipids from the fresh aerial part, flowers, roots, and seeds of Ajuga turkestanica were studied. The contents, classes, and fatty-acid compositions of neutral lipids, glycolipids, and phospholipids of extracts and the compositions of free and bound lipids from seeds were established. Iridoids and traces of ecdysterone and flavonoids that co-extracted with the lipids and were characteristic of A. turkestanica were found in phospholipids of vegetative and generative plant organs.