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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Back to tab navigation Fetching data from CrossRef. The article was received on 06 Oct and first published on 05 Mar Isoflavonoids of the Leguminosae N. Subsequently, the literature from to was reviewed in two articles by Boland and Donnelly in Natural Product Reports12and15 The article was received on 13 Jan and first published on 15 Apr Two contributions to ‘Isoflavonoids of the Leguminosae’ have now been published as part of the current project, the first deals with the literature from to , and the second, with .
Isoflavonoids of the leguminosae.
January to December This account describes new isoflavonoids published between and as constituents of the Leguminosae, commenting on their source, identification, biological activity, synthesis, and ecological or chemosystematic significance.
All the major isoflavonoid subclasses are surveyed, including glycosides, dimers, heterodimers and oligomers.
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Isofllavonoids reviews are fully illustrated by structure drawings, and new isoflavonoids have been described to date. XX is the XXth reference in the list of references. Isoflavonoids of the Leguminosae. For reproduction of material from all other RSC journals and books: Isoflavonoids of the Leguminosae. XX is the XXth reference in the list of references. Applications of hyphenated analytical techniques to the characterisation of Leguminosae isoflavonoids are also reviewed, together with advances in biosynthetic studies.
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The isoflavonoids are one of the most distinctive and important classes of the naturally occurring flavonoids.
Isoflavonoids of the leguminosae.
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Jump to site search. Points of interest relating to the source, biosynthesis, identification and properties of new compounds are emphasised, together with wider issues such as chemosystematic or ecological significance. Search articles by author Nigel C.