A REVIEW OF MITRAGYNA PARVIFOLIA (ROXB) KORTH

 

FIGURES

FIGURE 1: GENERAL STRUCTURE OF CLOSED INDOLE AND OXINDOLE ALKALOIDS


FIGURE 2: GENERAL STRUCTURE OF OPEN INDOLE AND OXINDOLE ALKALOIDS


FIGURE 3: GENERAL STRUCTURE OF ALKALOIDS OF SERIES A AND B.


FIGURE 4: THE CLOSED E RING ALLO-EPIALLO SEQUENCE OF ALKALOIDS IN LEAVES GROWING IN UTTAR PRADESH REGION.


FIGURE 5: THE CLOSED E RING NORMAL-PSEUDO SEQUENCE IN LEAVES OF PLANT GROWING IN UTTAR PRADESH REGION.


FIGURE 6: THE ALKALOIDS ISOLATED FROM LEAVES OF PLANT GROWING IN POONA (MAHARASTRA).


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