A Treatise on Phytochemistry by Amrit Pal Singh

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52: Structure of Heteratisine Homoharringtonine Source: Cephalotaxus fortunei. Molecular formula: C29 H39 N O9. 62. Melting point: 125-132 deg C. Biological activity: Antileukemic. 53: Structure of Homoharringtonine Huperzine Source: Huperzine serrata. Molecular formula: C15 H18 O6. 3. Solubility: A Soluble in ethanol. Physical form: Brown powder having peculiar odour. 54 : Structure of Huperzine Hydrastine Source: Hydrastis canadensis. Molecular formula: C21 H21 O6. 39. Melting point: 125-132 deg C.

Molecular formula: C23 H22 O7. 4. Melting point: 198 deg C. Biological activity: Antifeedent. 96: Structure of Tephrosin Theabine Source: Papaver somniferum. Molecular formula: C19 H21 NO 3. 41. Melting point: 193 deg C. Biological activity: Spinal excitant. 97: Structure of Theabine Theobromine Source: Theobroma cocoa. Molecular formula: C7 H8 N4O 2. 19. Melting point: 350 deg C. Biological activity: Bronchodilator.

89 :Structure of Psilocybin. Quinine Source: Cinchona officinalis. Molecular formula: C20 H24 N2 O2. Solubility: A Soluble in ether and ammonia. Physical form: White acicular crystals with bitter taste. Biological activity: Antimalarial. Quinidine Source: Cinchona officinalis. Molecular formula: C20 H24 N2 O2. Solubility: A Soluble in ether and ammonia. Biological activity: Antiarrthymic. Rescinnamine Source: Rawolfia serpentina. Biological activity: Antihypertensive. Ricinine Source: Ricinus communis.

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