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This is the first example of a 1-hydroxyalkanone obtained from plant material after gentle workup. The antiplasmodial activities of the compounds were determined, and the IC 50 value of 3- O - E - p -coumaroylalphitolic acid was 2. Corresponding author. View Author Information. Cite this: J. Article Views Altmetric -. Citations Cited By. This article is cited by 22 publications. Journal of Natural Products , 82 4 , Schevenels, Ratsami Lekphrom.
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Cochlospermum is a genus of trees in the Bixaceae family; some classifications place this genus in the family Cochlospermaceae. It is native to tropical regions of the world, particularly Latin America , Africa , the Indian Subcontinent , and Australia. Species include: . Individual of Cochlospermum tetraporum emerging over the canopy of the Chacoan thicket. Cochlospermum fraseri flower. Cochlospermum gillivraei.
Cochlospermum tinctorium Perr. The rootstock of Cochlospermum tinctorium is collected from the wild and yields a brown-yellow dye, used for dyeing cloth cotton , thread, mats, basketware and ornaments, and rarely also leather. The fresh or dried rootstock may be pulverized and pounded into a paste that is rubbed onto the article to be dyed; it may also be crushed, mixed with ash and boiled with the article to be dyed. Several colours can be obtained by the use of mordants e.