Chemical Constituents of Pinus pumila Cones
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The genus Pinus (Pinaceae) contains more than 110 species, mainly distributed in the Northern Hemisphere [1–3]. The literature reports that more than 280 compounds, including terpenoids, flavonoids, lignans, phenols, and some other compounds, have been isolated from the genus Pinus [4–7]. Previous investigations also revealed that the chemical constituents of species of Pinus exhibited antioxidant , anti-inflammatory , antiasthmatic , anticancer , and antivirus activities . Pinus pumila (Pall.) Regel (Pinaceae) (also called Japanese stone pine, Siberian dwarf pine, or Haimatsu) is an endemic plant distributed in northeastern China, northern Japan, northern Korea, and between the Yenisey River and East Siberia at an elevation of 1000–2300 m . Seeds, buds, foliated twigs, needles, oleoresin, and roots of P. pumilaare used in northeastern Asian folk medicine for the treatment of neuralgia, dermatoses, rheumatism, favus, arthritis, and tuberculosis, as well as in...
This work was supported by the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Nonprofit Research Institute of CAF (CAFYBB2016ZD009), the State Key Laboratory of Tree Genetics and Breeding (K2017101), the Foundation of Key Project of Research and Development Program of Jiangxi Province (Nos. 20171BBH80017 and 20171ACF60009), the Science and Technology Major Project Foundation of Jiangxi Academy of Sciences (2018-YZD1-05 and 2018-YZD2-18), and the Science Foundation for Young Doctors of Jiangxi Academy of Science (2016-YYB-07).
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