Chemical Constituents of Bryophytes: Bio- and Chemical by Yoshinori Asakawa, Agnieszka Ludwiczuk, Fumihiro Nagashima,

By Yoshinori Asakawa, Agnieszka Ludwiczuk, Fumihiro Nagashima, A. Douglas Kinghorn, Heinz Falk, Junichi Kobayashi

For a few 50 years, Professor Asakawa and his staff have centred their learn at the chemical materials of bryophytes and feature chanced on that those crops include huge numbers of secondary metabolites, reminiscent of terpenoids, acetogenins, and fragrant compounds consultant of many new skeletons, which express attention-grabbing organic actions. person terpenoids, while came upon as ingredients of either a bryophyte and a better plant, are inclined to happen in numerous enantiomeric types. Professor Asakawa has lined the literature on bryophytes in prior volumes of Progress within the Chemistry of natural usual Products, particularly, Volumes forty two (1982) and sixty five (1995). because the book of the latter quantity, loads of new details has seemed on bryophytes. One instance is that identified intercourse pheromones of algae were came upon in liverworts, indicating that a few individuals of the latter taxonomic staff may originate from brown algae. From details supplied during this quantity, it is strongly recommended that orders of the Marchantiophyta may be mixed.

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Y. , Chemical Constituents of Bryophytes, Progress in the Chemistry of Organic Natural Products, Vol. /oC [a]D/ ocm2 gÀ110À1 Drepanolejeunea madagascariensis Conocephalum japonicum Chandonanthus hirtellus Radula boryana Radula perrottetii Asterella africana Plagiochila bifaria Plagiochila retrorsa Plagiochila stricta Asterella africana Plagiochila retrorsa Plagiochila stricta Asterella africana Asterella africana Barbilophozia floerkei Bazzania harpago Bazzania praerupta Conocephalum conicum (247) Drepanolejeunea madagascariensis Plagiochila bifaria Plagiochila maderensis Plagiochila retrorsa Plagiochila rutilans Plagiochila stricta (221) (221) (221) (693) (221) (699) (224) (826) (222) (221) (221) (221) (222) (221) (221) (222) (222) (15) (490) (880) (492) (493) (224) (247) (490) (490) Reference(s) Plant source(s) Comments 28 4 Chemical Constituents of Marchantiophyta C10H14O C10H14 C10H14O Isopiperitenone p-Cymene p-Cymen-8-ol 20 21 22 Plagiochila rutilans Plagiochila standleyi Plagiochila stricta Radula boryana Radula perrottetii Plagiochila maderensis Plagiochila retrorsa Plagiochila rutilans Plagiochila stricta Radula boryana Dumortiera hirsuta Herbertus sakuraii Kurzia makinoana Marsupella emarginata Marchesinia mackaii Marchantia paleacea var.

0%), while P. 9%). In the case of P. 5%) (221). Y. , Chemical Constituents of Bryophytes, Progress in the Chemistry of Organic Natural Products, Vol. /oC [a]D/ ocm2 gÀ110À1 Drepanolejeunea madagascariensis Conocephalum japonicum Chandonanthus hirtellus Radula boryana Radula perrottetii Asterella africana Plagiochila bifaria Plagiochila retrorsa Plagiochila stricta Asterella africana Plagiochila retrorsa Plagiochila stricta Asterella africana Asterella africana Barbilophozia floerkei Bazzania harpago Bazzania praerupta Conocephalum conicum (247) Drepanolejeunea madagascariensis Plagiochila bifaria Plagiochila maderensis Plagiochila retrorsa Plagiochila rutilans Plagiochila stricta (221) (221) (221) (693) (221) (699) (224) (826) (222) (221) (221) (221) (222) (221) (221) (222) (222) (15) (490) (880) (492) (493) (224) (247) (490) (490) Reference(s) Plant source(s) Comments 28 4 Chemical Constituents of Marchantiophyta C10H14O C10H14 C10H14O Isopiperitenone p-Cymene p-Cymen-8-ol 20 21 22 Plagiochila rutilans Plagiochila standleyi Plagiochila stricta Radula boryana Radula perrottetii Plagiochila maderensis Plagiochila retrorsa Plagiochila rutilans Plagiochila stricta Radula boryana Dumortiera hirsuta Herbertus sakuraii Kurzia makinoana Marsupella emarginata Marchesinia mackaii Marchantia paleacea var.

4 Chemical Constituents of in vitro Cultured Cells and Field Gametophytes of Some Marchantiophyta Species Comparative studies of the secondary metabolites of the field gametophytes and in vitro cultured cells of the same liverwort species are important, in order to understand whether different components from each procedure are obtained. The distribution of sesquiterpenoids in field-collected and in vitro-cultured Jamesoniella autumnalis was investigated (109). Anastreptene (122), spathulenol (136), b-barbatene (235), bicyclogermacrene (293), 3a-acetoxybicyclogermacrene (298), a-bisabolene (313), and b-bisabolene (315) were identified in both types of samples.

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