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Previous chapters in this series by Warren appeared in 1955 (310) and 1966 (311). Since then an authoritative book by Bull, Culvenor, and Dick, on the chemistry and pharmacology of pyrrolizidine alkaloids has been published (60). Comprehensive reviews on the alkaloids (312), their chemotaxonomic significance (77), and general pyrrolizidine chemistry (243) are available. A series of Annual Reports including pyrrolizidine alkaloids was introduced in 1971 (245). The present review follows the format of previous articles in this series and covers the literature up to early 1981.

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Absolute Configuration Pyrrolizidine Alkaloid Lithium Aluminium Hydride Senecio Species Angelic Acid 
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  • D. J. Robins
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  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity of GlasgowScotland

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