Steroidal Glycosides from Petunia hybrida L. Seeds and Their Biological Activity
One of the main goals of the chemistry of naturally occurring compounds is screening for promising biologically active substances of plant origin. In this connection, steroidal glycosides studied in several directions present significant interest. On the one hand, these products are utilized as initial compounds from which to synthesize hormonal preparations and medicines1; on the other hand, steroidal glycosides are of increased interest as biologically active material.
KeywordsCarbohydrate Chain Petunia Hybrida Physicochemical Constant Steroidal Glycoside Chemical Shift Data
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