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The Alkaloids
Arnold Brosse

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The Alkaloids
Chemistry and Physiology

Published 1967 by Elsevier in Oxford .
Written in English.

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The Alkaloids: Chemistry and Physiology V9.

Table of Contents

Cover; The Alkaloids: Chemistry and Physiology, Volume IX; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Contents of Previous Volumes; Chapter 1. The Aporphine Alkaloids; I. Introduction; II. New Aporphine Alkaloids; III. Newly Clarified Structures; IV. Occurence of Known Aporphines in Plants; V. Two Aporphines of Unknown Structures from Corydalis gortschukovii; VI. Syntheses through Phenolic Oxidative Coupling; VII. Reductions with Sodium in Liquid Ammonia; VIII. The N-Demethylation of Quaternary Aporphines; IX. Properties; X. Addendum: Additional New Aporphines; References.
Chapter 2. The Protoberberine AlkaloidsI. Introduction; II. Occurrence; III. Berberine and Related Alkaloids; IV. Alkaloids Related to Corydaline; V. Ophiocarpine; VI. Quaternary Alkaloids Containing an N-Methyl Group; VII. Synthesis; VIII. Biosynthesis; IX. Table of Physical Constants of Protoberberine Alkaloids and Their Derivatives; X. Addendum; References; Chapter 3. Phthalideisoquinoline Alkaloids; I. Introduction; II. Shihunine; III. Constitution; IV. Syntheses; V. Discovery, Isolation, and Properties; Vl. Physiology and Pharmacology; References.
Chapter 4. Bisbenzylisoquinoline and Related AlkaloidsI. Introduction; II. Alkaloids Containing One Diphenyl Ether Linkage; III. Alkaloids Containing Two Diphenyl Ether Linkages; IV. Alkaloids Containing Three Diphenyl Ether Linkages; V. Trisisobutylisoquinoline Alkaloids; VI. Melanthioidine (A Bisphenethylisoquinoline Alkaloid); References; Chapter 5. Lupine Alkaloids; I. Occurrence; II. General Properties; III. Bicyclic Alkaloids; IV. Tricyclic Alkaloids; V. Tetracyclic Alkaloids: Sparteine Group; VI. Tetracyclic Alkaloids: Matrine Group; VII. Ormosia Alkaloids; References.
Chapter 6. Quinoline Alkaloids Other Than Those of CinchonaI. Introduction; II. Simple Quinolines and Quinolones; III. Furoquinoline and Related Alkaloids; IV. Alkaloids of Lunasia amara and Balfourodendron riedelianum; V. Alkaloids of Orixa japonica; VI. Alkaloids of Haplophyllum Species; VII. Alkaloids of Platydesma campanulata; VIII. Alkaloids of Macrorungia longistrobus; IX. Biogenesis; References; Chapter 7. The Tropane Alkaloids; I. Introduction; II. Structural Elucidation; III. Absolute Configuration; IV. Total Syntheses; V. The Stereochemistry of the Ring Nitrogen in the Tropanes.
VI. Fragmentation of the Tropanes including Mass SpectrometryVII. Biogenesis and Biogenetic Interconversion of the Tropanes; VIII. Pharmacologically Active Synthetic Tropanium Salts; References; Chapter 8. Steroid Alkaloids: Alkaloids of Apocynaceae and Buxaceae; I. Introduction; II. Alkaloids of Apocynaceae; III. Alkaloids of Buxaceae; IV. Biogenetic Notes; References; Chapter 9. The Steroid Alkaloids: The Salamandra Group; I. Introduction; II. Isolation and Purification of Salamandra Alkaloids; III. Structure; IV. Biosynthesis; V. Toxicology; References; Chapter 10. Nuphar Alkaloids.

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