Download Citation on ResearchGate | Isoflavonoids of the Leguminosae | Isoflavonoids are found predominantly in subfamily Papilionoideae of the. Covering: January to December Previous review: ,, – This account describes more than new isoflavonoids. New applications of hyphenated analytical techniques for the characterisation of Leguminosae isoflavonoids are also reviewed, together with.
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Accepted names of legume taxa are quoted together with any synonyms used in original publications.
Chemical syntheses of new isoflavonoids introduced in the reviews are cited, but general procedures for isoflavonoid synthesis and the production of well-known compounds are not included. The article was received on lfguminosae Mar and first published on 05 Jun If the material has been adapted instead of reproduced from the original RSC publication “Reproduced from” can be substituted with “Adapted from”.
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Isoflavonoids of the Leguminosae. Isoflavonoids of the Leguminosae Ateleia herbert-smithiia new source of novel isoflavones.
Isoflavonoids of the leguminosae.
A recent focus of research in this area at Kew has been on the isoflavonoids of Ateleia Annex 1 and Cicer. Previous Article Next Article. Jump to main content.
All the major isoflavonoid subclasses are surveyed, including glycosides, dimers, heterodimers and oligomers. For reproduction of material from NJC: This account describes new isoflavonoids published between and as isoflavoonoids of the Leguminosae, commenting on their source, identification, biological activity, synthesis, and ecological or chemosystematic significance.
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For reproduction of material from PCCP: Fetching data from CrossRef. Isoflavonoids of the Leguminosae. Back to tab navigation. For reproduction of material from all other RSC journals and books: Earlier reviews of the scientific literature relating to isoflavonoids to the end of appeared in isoflavonokds volumes of the ‘Advances in Flavonoids’ series, edited by the late Jeffrey Harborne and others.
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