alkaloid

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  • Many other alkaloids are still being found in the other species.
  • Much of his subsequent work further developed understanding of the natural alkaloids.
  • Many of the alkaloids are used in medicine, some of the more important ones being given below. Cited from An Elementary Study of Chemistry, by McPherson and Henderson
  • The alkaloid-rich plant has long been used as a traditional medicine in many cultures.
  • Cases due to plant alkaloids often have a longer and more unpredictable course.
  • The alkaloid content is similar between the species in the genus.
  • Although some species have been used in traditional medicine, they contain poisonous alkaloids.
  • A variety of related alkaloids have been isolated from other natural sources.
  • No other alkaloids have been reported, but no chemical analysis has been conducted on the plant in the last half century.
  • It may have not been more widely used because of its bitter taste, due to the alkaloid content.
  • They contain a variety of alkaloids which make them poisonous, although some have medical uses.
  • However, high activities of the enzyme are not enough to increase alkaloid production by itself.
  • This manner of alkaloid control has been met with variable success.
  • The wide variety of alkaloids found in these species have allowed their use in phylogenetic studies of the genus.
  • In some cases the amount of alkaloid in the plant can make it toxic.
  • The roots and above ground parts of the plants are containing alkaloids.
  • This alkaloid is a white solid and is of great service in medicine. Cited from An Elementary Study of Chemistry, by McPherson and Henderson
  • However, some animals are adapted to alkaloids and even use them in their own metabolism.
  • The alkaloid content is said to be highest in the morning.
  • Some studies show that the alkaloid extraction can have the same effects.
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Meaning of alkaloid

  • noun Natural bases containing nitrogen found in plants