Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 20, Issue 6, pp 716–719 | Cite as

Acridone alkaloids of callus tissue ofRuta graveolens

  • I. N. Kuzovkina
  • L. D. Kislov
  • M. N. Zhivopistseva
  • Zs. Rozsa
  • K. Szendrei
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Abstract

A strain of tissue of common rue of root origin (index of the strain R-4) has been obtained which produces up to 3% (of the dry weight) of acridone alkaloids. It has been shown by physicochemical methods that the combined alkaloids consist mainly of 1-hydroxy-N-methylacridone, rutacridone, and 1-hydroxy-3-methoxy N-methylacridone (0.28, 0.81, and 2.41 mg/g dry weight of tissue, respectively). Strain R-4 is a good model for the study of little-known steps in the biogenesis of the acridone alkaloids.

Keywords

Alkaloid Callus Tissue Preparative Chromatography Acridone Secondary Substance 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • I. N. Kuzovkina
  • L. D. Kislov
  • M. N. Zhivopistseva
  • Zs. Rozsa
  • K. Szendrei

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