anagyrine

anagyrine

[‚an·ə′jī‚rēn]
(organic chemistry)
C15H20N2O A toxic alkaloid found in several species of Lupinus in the western United States; acute poisoning produces nervousness, depression, loss of muscular control, convulsions, and coma.
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([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.]) The root of Sophora Matrine; Oxymatrine; Anagyrine; Flavonoids flavescens Ait.
cytisine, anagyrine Thevetiaperuviana All parts Glycosides (Pers.) Schum.
After several rounds of testing with pregnant cattle, Keeler determined the alkaloid anagyrine was the primary substance in lupines that affects cattle.
The chemical constituents of the root consists of glycoproteins, quinohzidine alkaloids, including cytisine and anagyrine, isoflavanoids, hydroxycumarins, and polysaccharides, including arabinogalactans.