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27-nor-triterpenoid glycosides from the barks of zygophyllum fabago l.from the bark of zygophyllum fabago l., a new 27-nor-triterpenoid glycoside, 3-o-beta-d-glucopyranosyl-pyrocincholate (1), together with five known compounds, 3-o-6-deoxy-beta-d-glucopyranosyl-pyrocincholate (2), quinovic acid (3), 3-o-6-deoxy-beta-d-glucopyranosyl-quinovic acid (4), 3-o-beta-d-glucopyranosyl- quinovic acid (5) and 3-o-6-deoxy-beta-d-glucopyranosyl-cincholic acid (6), were isolated and their structures elucidated on the basis of spectroscopic data. compounds 1, 2 and 3 showed so ...200717885836
triterpenoidal saponins from the barks of zygophyllum fabago l.two new triterpenoid saponins, zygophylosides o (1) and p (2), have been isolated from the barks of zygophyllum fabago l. their structures were elucidated as 3beta-[(2-o-sulfo-beta-d-xylopyranosyl)oxy]urs-12-ene-27,28-dioic acid and 3beta-[(2-o-sulfo-beta-d-xylopyranosyl)oxy]urs-12-ene-27,28-dioic acid 28-beta-d-glucopyranoside, respectively, by spectral and chemical evidence. compound 1 showed weaker nitric oxide (no) inhibitory activity.200818520096
impact of cadmium and zinc on growth and water status of zygophyllum fabago in two contrasting metallicolous populations from se spain: comparison at whole plant and tissue level.cadmium and zinc accumulation and toxicity were assessed in whole plants and callus culture of two zygophyllum fabago populations originating from two metallicolous sites in murcia (southeast spain), la peña and mazarrón, the first containing 2.8-times more cd and five-times more zn than the second. seedlings from both ecotypes were exposed for 3 weeks to 1 or 10 μm cd, and to 10 or 100 μm zn in nutrient solution in a controlled environment. calli from both ecotypes were exposed to 0.01, 0.1 or ...201021040303
two sulfated triterpenoidal saponins from the barks of zygophyllum fabago l.two new sulfated triterpenoid saponins, zygophylosides q (1) and r (2), have been isolated from the barks of zygophyllum fabago l. their structures were elucidated as 3beta,24,28,30-tetrahydro-urs-20-ene-24-o-sulphonyl-3-o-[beta-d-glucopyranosyl]-30-o-beta-d-glucopyranoside and 3beta,24,28,30-tetrahydro-urs-20-ene-24-o-sulphonyl-3-o-[beta-d-xylopyranosyl]-30-o-beta-d-glucopyranoside, respectively, by spectral and chemical evidence.200919483345
zygophyllum fabago in the united states. 192617732820
zygophyllum fabago in colorado. 192917838521
initial studies for the phytostabilization of a mine tailing from the cartagena-la union mining district (se spain).mine tailings are one of the main environmental problems in post-mining landscapes and their removal is often complicated due to their high heavy metal content and dimensions. in this sense, using plant species for in situ stabilization may be an interesting and low cost option. moreover, there are some plant species that have adapted to these conditions and are usually present at these contaminated sites. in this study, a mine tailing located in south-east spain was investigated in order to est ...200716820188
heavy metal accumulation and tolerance in plants from mine tailings of the semiarid cartagena-la unión mining district (se spain).mine tailings are a characteristic of landscapes where mineral extraction has occurred. these tailings usually contain high heavy metal concentrations and have low fertility. in arid and semiarid zones, erosion may be an additional problem. the removal of these tailings is often impractical due to their large volumes. therefore, a need exists to develop in situ low cost technologies to effect surface stabilization. the use of vegetation can be an attractive option, since there are some native pl ...200616499952
sensitization to zygophyllum fabago pollen. a clinical and immunologic study.zygophyllum fabago is a herbaceous plant found widely in the mediterranean area. there are no previous reports of its allergenicity. an aerobiologic and clinical survey was conducted in murcia, southern spain, to determine the quantity of airborne pollen and establish the possible role of this pollen as a cause of allergic symptoms. with a hirst volumetric trap, we determined the atmospheric concentrations of this pollen in 1993, 1994, 1995, and 1996. of 1180 patients tested, 181 (15.34%) had a ...19989542603
biologically active traditional medicinal herbs from balochistan, pakistan.the biological activities of the following four important medicinal plants of balochistan, pakistan were checked; grewia erythraea schwein f. (tiliaceae), hymenocrater sessilifolius fisch. and c.a. mey (lamiaceae), vincetoxicum stocksii ali and khatoon (asclepiadaceae) and zygophyllum fabago l. (zygophyllaceae). the methanolic extracts were fractionated into hexane, ethyl acetate, chloroform, butanol and water. the antifungal and antibacterial activities of these plants were determined against 1 ...200515588685
acetylcholinesterase and butyrylcholinesterase inhibitory activity of some turkish medicinal plants.the chloroform:medianol (1:1) extracts of a number of the plant species belonging to eight families, namely corydalis solida (l.) swartz subsp. solida and glaucium corniculatum (l.) j. h. rudolph (papaveraceae), rhododendron ponticum l. subsp. ponticum and rhododendron luteum sweet. (ericaceae), buxus sempervirens l. (buxaceae), vicia faba l. (fabaceae), robinia pseudoacacia l. (caeselpiniaceae), tribulus terrestris l. and zygophyllum fabago l. (zygophyllaceae), lycopodium clavatum l. (lycopodia ...200415036468
zygophyllum fabago l: a new source of allergenic pollen. 19979111493
[pharmacological properties of zygophyllum fabago]. 195813574242
immunocytochemical localization of allergenic proteins from mature to activated zygophyllum fabago l. (zygophyllaceae) pollen grains.zygophyllum fabago l. (zygophyllaceae) can be found in the middle east, in north africa and in the arid zones of the mediterranean region. it easily establishes itself in new regions, and is considered an invasive plant. they undergo ambophilous pollination, as there is a relationship between this type of pollination and its allergenic incidence. a combination of transmission electron microscopy with immunocytochemical methods was used to localize allergenic proteins during hydration and activat ...200211893081
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