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Alkaloids of the Australian Rutaceæ

Nature volume 162, pages 223224 (07 August 1948) | Download Citation

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IN certain tribes of the family Rutaceæ a relatively high proportion of species has been found to contain alkaloids. Moreover, these alkaloids vary widely in character and include representatives of several of the principal structural groups, for example, quinoline, iso-quinoline, carboline and imidazole derivatives.

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  1. Department of Organic Chemistry, University of Sydney.

    • G. K. HUGHES
  2. Department of Chemistry, University of Melbourne.

    • F. N. LAHEY
  3. Division of Industrial Chemistry, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research.

    • J. R. PRICE
  4. Division of Plant Industry, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research.

    • L. J. WEBB

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