Constituents of fruit and seed of Mimusops elengi

Constituents of fruit and seed of Mimusops elengi

Phw&ambtry.1%7,Vd.6, p.453.PsrDamonPraaLtd. Pdnt&inEm&d SHORT COMMU~CA~~N OF FRUIT AND SEED OF 0. MISRAand C. R. MITRA Ut~~ti~ R- Iaboratory, Nati...

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Phw&ambtry.1%7,Vd.6, p.453.PsrDamonPraaLtd. Pdnt&inEm&d

SHORT COMMU~CA~~N

OF FRUIT AND SEED OF 0. MISRAand C. R. MITRA Ut~~ti~

R-

Iaboratory, Natimal33otanic Gardens Lucknow, India

(Received 28 June 1966)

coops e~~g~~apota~e, Uses. MedicinaL1*2 Previous wurk. Seed kerneL3*4*s On sister species &4.kex~ra.6~ 7 ~e~ocarp. (ExtM EtOH, ~po~~tio~ 5 % EtOH); ~~rc~g~~C61H& (m.p. mxd m.p. (c&; m.p. and (c& of benzoate); UrsolicacidC30H4803m.p. (a)D of acid, methyl ester, acetate, methyl ester acetate; reduction to uvol:* m.p. and (a), (ct>nof acetate-Nm: m.p. of uvol diacetate found 210-215” instead of 159”.g*lo iVew C’. Triterpene alcohol m.p. 236-237”; (0c)~~-1-24”;v,, 3333 cm-l (Found: C, 81~94; H, 11.79 C3eH5002requires: C, 8144; H, 1l-31 YJ from the neutral fraction on chromatogmphy (Allis ; hexane) and ~sta~~tion (EtOH). Groove (paper co-chromatography; m.p. and mxd m.p. of osazone). I?o amino acids; eleven colon amino-~~ after hy~ol~is. Tesfa (Extr. EtOw). ~ercjto~; ~~ky~~~rce?~ C1&O~ (04 % of the testa; extracted by ethyl acetate from the alcoholic extract; m.p. mxd m.p. U.V.i.r.);‘l oxidation with iodine to quercetin, m.p. and mxd m.p. ; Yukon to eriodictyol, m.p. and mxd m.p.); scene C&H,,O, (m.p. and mxd m.p. ; m.p. and i.r. of ~nta-altar); ~-~G~~os~ o~~-~~~o~~ero~ (m.p. mxd m,p.). KemZ (Extr. EtOH), ~-~G~os~ oar-sjros~eroZC3sH500Q(m-p, (&; m.p. of tetraacetate;12 acid hydrolysis to gh~coseand fl-sitosterol, m.p. i.r.); Quercitol (m.p. mxd m.p.). After ~poni~~tion: a-~p~no~~ero~ (m.p. mxd m.p. (a): k6). Face.

~~~ow&~e~~?-Au~~* thanks are due to Mr. J. Saran for micro-analy?xz+and to Dr. L, B. Director, National Botanic Gardens for his interest in the work.

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