Incarvillea


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Incarvillea

 

a genus of perennial herbs of the family Bigoniaceae. The leaves are usually pinnate; the flowers, in final inflorescences, are large, with a bilabiate, tubular, yellowish or purple pink corolla. Approximately 15 species are found in the mountains of Southeast and Central Asia; there are two species in the USSR—one grows in Middle Asia, the other in the Far East. Incarvillea plants are used as ornamentals.

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Also known as the Chinese trumpet flower, Incarvillea is a hardy, clump-forming perennial with petunia-like flowers in summer.
Preparation and application of Incarvillea delavayi delavatine A as antineoplastic agent.
Incarvillea arguta Five components have been reported from (Royle) Royle alcohol extract of plant, namely, plantarenaloside, 5-hydroxy-4 ,6,7-trimethoxyflavone, 4 ,5-dihydroxy-6,7- dimethoxyflavone, 4 ,5-dihydroxy-7- methoxyflavone, and 5-dydroxy-4 ,7- dimethoxyflavone, of which plantarenaloside has been shown to have neurotrophic activity for PC-12 cell (Yu et al.
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Nakamura M, Chi YM, Yan WM, Yonezawa A, Nakasugi Y, Yoshizawa T, Hashimoto F, Kinjo J, Nohara T, Sakurada S (2001) Structure-antinociceptive activity studies of incarvillateine, a monoterpene alkaloid from Incarvillea sinensis.
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