In this study, the phytochemical profile of extracts from the flowers of Bromelia laciniosa was characterized. The total phenolic and flavonoids contents were. Bromelia laciniosa (left); Neoglaziovia variegata (middle); and Encholirium spectabile (right) grown in Petrolina, Pernambuco, Brazil. Photos. Molecules. Sep 6;22(9). pii: E doi: /molecules Non- Polar Natural Products from Bromelia laciniosa, Neoglaziovia variegata and.
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Macambira (Bromelia laciniosa)
Convivendo com a Seca: The surface of the leaves bears absorptive, scale-like trichomes that take up water and nutrients. Free and bound volatile composition and characterization of some glucoconjugates as aroma precursors. Individual mass spectra are shown in Figures S3—S Soaking the seeds of Bromelia laciniosa in acetone for 60 minutes is an effective treatment that increases vigor and germination.
However, the vitamin has been found in the distant relative A. Impacto da herbivoria por caprinos sobre as populacos naturais de Bromelia laciniosa mart.
Studies on phenolic constituents from leaves of pineapple Ananas comosus China J. Find articles by Bjarte Holmelid. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer.
The edible part of E. Although stigmastanone Compound 14 has not been identified from Bromeliaceae previously the unsaturated form stigmastenone has previously been identified from Ananas erectofolius [ 28 ]. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Figure 1which belong to the subfamily Bromelioideae, and Encholirium spectabile Mart.
Dried extracts of Encholirium spectabile Bromeliaceae present antioxidant and photoprotective activities in vitro. It is therefore unsurprising that campesterol has been identified from six Bromeliaceae species.
Plant Systematics and Evolution. Bromelia laciniosa is native to Brazil and Argentina but cultivated in many other places. Extensive regional droughts are already a major problem on all inhabited continents and severe regional droughts are expected to become an increasing and extended problem in the future. Associated Data Supplementary Materials moleculess Some compounds may avoid detection because they are either not sufficiently volatile or insufficiently ionized.
Bromelia laciniosa – Wikidata
There is not much information regarding pests and diseases that are specific to Bromelia laciniosaso in absence of this, it may be useful to refer to the prominent pathogens of the bromeliad family. Compounds of each class are treated in separate paragraphs below. Triterpenoids from Tillandsia fasciculata.
Compounds identified from hexane extracts of leaves of B. The family is currently divided into eight subfamilies [ 1 ], and the two species, Bromelia laciniosa Mart. Meanwhile, only the two longest n -alkanes, n -nonacosane C 29 and n -triacontane C 30were identified from the crude extracts from B.
Bromeliads are found in various tropical environments, like rain forests, dry savannas, and semi-arid regions.
Studies on indian medicinal-plants: In this paper, we report for the first time bronelia the natural products characterized from hexane extracts of Bromelia laciniosaEncholirium spectabile and Neoglaziovia variegata.
The authors are grateful to Centre for Pharmacy, University of Bergen, for financial support. The nutritional value of E. The relatively common natural product phytol Figure 3 was identified in the crude extract from E. Campesterol Compound 15 is a common phytosterol found in many edible plants. Strong fibers can also be extracted from Bromelia laciniosa ; the blades of the plant are cut, its thorns removed, its leaves fermented for several days to loosen up the fibers, and then its stalks are dried and readied for fiber extraction; a caveat though is that this process gives off a pungent odor, so this task should be performed in a contained area.