A Treatise on Phytochemistry by Amrit Pal Singh

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Soluble in water, methanol and ethanol. B. Less soluble in organic solvents. Biological activity: Convulsant. Rhynchophylline, Hirsutine & Mitraphylline Rhynchophylline: Source: Uncaria tomentosa. Molecular formula: C22 H28 N2 O 4. 52. Melting point: 216 deg C. Biological activity: Antihypertensive. Hirsutine: Source: Uncaria tomentosa. Molecular formula: C22 H28 N2 O3. 52. Melting point: 101 deg C. Biological activity: Local anaesthetic. Mitraphylline: Source: Uncaria tomentosa. Biological activity: Diuretic.

Biological activity: Convulsant. 48: Structure of Gelseminine Harmaline Source: Peganum harmala. Molecular formula: C13 H14 N2O. 29. Melting point: 250 deg C. 49 : Structure of Harmaline Harmine Source: Peganum harmala. Molecular formula: C13 H12 N2O. 27. Melting point: 257 deg C. 50 : Structure of Harmine Hetisine Source: Aconitum heterophyllum. HCL. Molecular weight: 365. Melting point: 290 deg C. Solubility: A. Soluble in water. Biological activity: The alkaloid has shown antiarrhytmic activity in animal models.

Soluble in water, methanol and ethanol. B. Less soluble in organic solvents. Biological activity: Convulsant. Rhynchophylline, Hirsutine & Mitraphylline Rhynchophylline: Source: Uncaria tomentosa. Molecular formula: C22 H28 N2 O 4. 52. Melting point: 216 deg C. Biological activity: Antihypertensive. Hirsutine: Source: Uncaria tomentosa. Molecular formula: C22 H28 N2 O3. 52. Melting point: 101 deg C. Biological activity: Local anaesthetic. Mitraphylline: Source: Uncaria tomentosa. Biological activity: Diuretic.

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