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Alkaloids (+) (-) Anthraquinones (-) (-) Cyanogenic glycosides (-) (-) Flavonoids (++) (+++) Steroids (+++) (+++) Tannins (-) (++) Legend: (+) presence, (++) abundant, (+++) very abundant and (-) absence
But shoots should be properly processed as they contain high level of toxic cyanogenic glycosides.
Cassava Plants with a Depleted Cyanogenic Glucoside Content in Leaves and Tubers.
Whole-bowel irrigation does offer an opportunity to completely cleanse the gastrointestinal tract of poisonous plant matter and should be reserved for patients who have ingested significant amounts of poisonous plant matter that will release toxins slowly over time in the gastrointestinal tract, such as apple or apricot kernels containing cyanogenic glycosides or oleander seeds containing cardiotoxic glycosides.
The cyanogenic glycoside amygdalin does not deter consumption of ripe fruit by cedar waxwings.
Plants of the northeastern United States that produce cyanogenic compounds.
Other effects are believed to be due to its high content of NaCl and KCl as well as Salvadourea and Salvadorine, saponins, tannins, vitamin C, silica and resin in addition to cyanogenic glycoside and benzylisothiocyanate.
From the methanolic extract, five new glycosides, two monoterpene glycosides, two flavonol bisdesmosides, and a cyanogenic glycoside, were isolated together with 34 known compounds.
It contains cyanogenic glucosides (CNG), both linamarin and lotaustralin (Ikediobi et al.
alkaloids, flavonoids, coumarins and coumarin derivatives, cardiac glycosides, saponins, anthraquinones, cyanogenic glycosides, volatile oils and bases, glucosinolates, sterols and/or triterpenes and for tannins, adopting the procedures described by Farnsworth (1966), Wall et al, ((1954) and Trease and Evans (1972).
Physiopathological effects of the administration of chronic cyanide to growing goats--a model of ingestion of cyanogenic plants.
In seven updated and clearly organized chapters, scientists from Germany, the UK, and Australia overview the biochemistry, physiology, and function of secondary metabolism and review the major groups of secondary metabolites: alkaloids and betalains, cyanogenic glucosides, glucosinolates and nonprotein amino acids, phenyl propanoids and related phenolics, terpenoids, cardiac glycosides, and saponins.