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Iridoid glucosides from plantago altissima l. plantago lanceolata l. plantago atrata hoppe and plantago argentea chaix



Iridoid glucosides from plantago altissima l. plantago lanceolata l. plantago atrata hoppe and plantago argentea chaix



Zeitschrift fuer Naturforschung Section C Journal of Biosciences 46(9-10): 963-965



Plantago altissima L., Plantago lanceolata L., Plantago atrata Hoppe and Plantago argentea Chaix. were examined for irrodiods. In all four species aucubin and catalpol were found. Globularin and methyl ester of the desacetylasperulosidic acid were isolated for the first time from Plantaginaceae plants (P. altissima and P. lanceolata). Asperuloside was found for the first time in P. altissima as well as dihydroaucubin in P. atrata.

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