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Secondary Metabolites and their Biological Activities from Endophytic Fungal Strain Aspergillus terreus XJA8 Associated with Vernonia anthelmintica

Nigora Rustamova, Khayrulla Bobakulov, Niu Litao, Rehebati Nuerxiati, Ahmidin Wali, William N. Setzer & Abulimiti Yili
Two isocoumarins (6-methoxymellein and 6-hydroxymellein), one pyrrole compound (minaline), one lactone derivative (butyrolactone II), five phenolic acids (phenylacetic, veratric (3,4-dimethoxybenzoic), 4-hydroxyphenylacetic, 4-hydroxybenzoic and protocatechuic acid), and two phenolic acid methyl esters ((2-hydroxyphenyl) acetic acid methyl ester and methyl 4-hydroxyphenylacetate), along with 1,3-bis(4-hydroxyphenyl) propan-2-one were isolated from the fungal strain Aspergillus terreus XJA8. The fungal strain was isolated from the root of the medicinal plant Vernonia anthelmintica for first time. All isolated secondary metabolites were evaluated...

sj-docx-1-npx-10.1177_1934578X221139402 - Supplemental material for Volatile Composition and Enantiomeric Distribution of Spanish Sage (Salvia officinalis Subsp. lavandulifolia [Vahl] Gams) From Spain

Noura S. Dosoky, Ambika Poudel, Prabodh Satyal & William N. Setzer
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-npx-10.1177_1934578X221139402 for Volatile Composition and Enantiomeric Distribution of Spanish Sage (Salvia officinalis Subsp. lavandulifolia [Vahl] Gams) From Spain by Noura S. Dosoky, Ambika Poudel, Prabodh Satyal and William N. Setzer in Natural Product Communications

Volatile Composition and Enantiomeric Distribution of Spanish Sage (Salvia officinalis Subsp. lavandulifolia [Vahl] Gams) From Spain

Noura S. Dosoky, Ambika Poudel, Prabodh Satyal & William N. Setzer
Background: Spanish sage (Salvia officinalis subsp. lavandulifolia [Vahl] Gams) is historically an important medicinal plant with a myriad of uses. Methods: In this work, 11 S officinalis subsp. lavandulifolia essential oils (EOs) from Spain were prepared by steam distillation and characterized by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) and gas chromatography–flame ionization detection (GC-FID). Results: The main components of S officinalis subsp. lavandulifolia EOs were 1,8-cineole (24.34%-33.96%), camphor (23.48%-28.83%) followed by camphene (4.93%-6.43%) and α-pinene (4.29%-6.61%). Enantiomeric...

Tropical tree species differ in damage and mortality from lightning

Stephen P. Yanoviak, Jeannine Richards, Evan Gora, Cesar Gutierrez, Jeffrey Burchfield & Phillip Bitzer
Lightning is an important agent of mortality for large tropical trees with implications for tree demography and forest carbon budgets. We evaluated interspecific differences in susceptibility to lightning damage using a unique dataset of systematically located lightning strikes on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. We measured differences in mortality among trees damaged by lightning and related those to damage frequency and tree functional traits. Eighteen of 30 focal species had lightning mortality rates that deviated from...

Secondary Metabolites and their Biological Activities from Endophytic Fungal Strain Aspergillus terreus XJA8 Associated with Vernonia anthelmintica

Nigora Rustamova, Khayrulla Bobakulov, Niu Litao, Rehebati Nuerxiati, Ahmidin Wali, William N. Setzer & Abulimiti Yili
Two isocoumarins (6-methoxymellein and 6-hydroxymellein), one pyrrole compound (minaline), one lactone derivative (butyrolactone II), five phenolic acids (phenylacetic, veratric (3,4-dimethoxybenzoic), 4-hydroxyphenylacetic, 4-hydroxybenzoic and protocatechuic acid), and two phenolic acid methyl esters ((2-hydroxyphenyl) acetic acid methyl ester and methyl 4-hydroxyphenylacetate), along with 1,3-bis(4-hydroxyphenyl) propan-2-one were isolated from the fungal strain Aspergillus terreus XJA8. The fungal strain was isolated from the root of the medicinal plant Vernonia anthelmintica for first time. All isolated secondary metabolites were evaluated...

sj-docx-1-npx-10.1177_1934578X221139402 - Supplemental material for Volatile Composition and Enantiomeric Distribution of Spanish Sage (Salvia officinalis Subsp. lavandulifolia [Vahl] Gams) From Spain

Noura S. Dosoky, Ambika Poudel, Prabodh Satyal & William N. Setzer
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-npx-10.1177_1934578X221139402 for Volatile Composition and Enantiomeric Distribution of Spanish Sage (Salvia officinalis Subsp. lavandulifolia [Vahl] Gams) From Spain by Noura S. Dosoky, Ambika Poudel, Prabodh Satyal and William N. Setzer in Natural Product Communications

Volatile Composition and Enantiomeric Distribution of Spanish Sage (Salvia officinalis Subsp. lavandulifolia [Vahl] Gams) From Spain

Noura S. Dosoky, Ambika Poudel, Prabodh Satyal & William N. Setzer
Background: Spanish sage (Salvia officinalis subsp. lavandulifolia [Vahl] Gams) is historically an important medicinal plant with a myriad of uses. Methods: In this work, 11 S officinalis subsp. lavandulifolia essential oils (EOs) from Spain were prepared by steam distillation and characterized by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) and gas chromatography–flame ionization detection (GC-FID). Results: The main components of S officinalis subsp. lavandulifolia EOs were 1,8-cineole (24.34%-33.96%), camphor (23.48%-28.83%) followed by camphene (4.93%-6.43%) and α-pinene (4.29%-6.61%). Enantiomeric...

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