JATROPHA GAUMERI PDF

Jatropha gaumeri Greenm.; pomol che’. Tree (or shrub) with milky latex; leaves alternate, simple, broadly ovate, base cordate, margin entire, apex acuminate to. Jatropha gaumeri is a species of plants with 18 observations. Family: Euphorbiaceae Juss. Genus: Jatropha L. Jatropha gaumeri Greenm. This species is accepted, and its native range is SE. Mexico (and Tamaulipas) to.

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Herein we report the isolation and structure elucidation of the compounds jatrophone and cyperenoic acid with in vitro antiproliferative activity. Terpenoids as therapeutic drugs and pharmaceutical agents. Amikacin was used as positive control.

J Natl Cancer I The stems of haat Jatropha cuneata are used for basketmaking by the Seri people in SonoraMexico. Feasibility of a high flux anticancer drug screen using a diverse panel of cultured human tumor cell lines. One of the most frequently used plants in Yucatecan traditional medicine is Jatropha gaumeri Greenm.

Received 18 Sep Accepted 23 Jan The cake resulting from oil extraction, a protein-rich product, can be used for fish or animal feed if detoxified.

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A complete assignment of the 13 C NMR spectrum signals for the structure of jatropuanot previously reported in the literature, is detailed in Experimental. J Am Chem Soc The stems are roasted, split and soaked through an elaborate process. The active compounds were monitored by the in vitro antiproliferative assay.

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J Nat Prod Another common name is nettlespurge. Approximatelysee Section Species. Jatropha bio-diesel production and use. The organic layer was washed with water and brine and dried over anhydrous sodium sulfate. It is also a biomass feedstock to power electricity plants or to produce biogas, and a high-quality organic fertilizer. Date analysis The averages of the absorbance were calculated discounting the value the white and total growth inhibition TGI was determined by the equation: Germplasm Resources Information Network.

The plant grows at sea level in the jungles of Guatemala and Belize, jatroopha in the states of Quintana Roo jarropha Yucatan, in Mexico [19].

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Views Read Edit View history. Fraction 3H mg was further purified by flash CC 4.

Compounds jatrophone and cyperenoic acid were isolated from the hexanic extract and characterized by spectroscopic techniques NMR of 1 H, 13 C and IR. The absorbance data were analyzed and compiled in constructing graphs using the Origin 7. The low polarity fraction was subjected to a VLC purification Active products remained as orange spots on a white background.

Retrieved from ” https: Phytochemistry51 The preliminary results presented here show taumeri jatrophone 1 and cyperenoic jatropna 2 could be faumeri promising molecule to study for the development of a new cancer treatment.

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Much like other members of the family Euphorbiaceaemembers of the genus Jatropha contain several toxic compounds. Figure 3 shows the curves of the concentration response for the doxorrubicin control drug, hexanic extract, cyperenoic acid and jatrophone terpenes against human tumor cells.

This page was last edited on 24 Decemberat The averages of the absorbance were calculated discounting the value the white and total growth inhibition TGI was determined by the equation: Oxidation of fraction 8F.

The TLC plates were placed in a sterile Petri dish and covered with 4. Phytochemistrygaumfri United States Department of Agriculture.

Jatropha gaumeri Greenm.

Chromatographic purifications were run using silica gel 60 Merck, faumeri for open column, silica gel 60 GF for VLC, and silica gel 60 Merck, mesh for flash column. Roots and leaves of J.

The reddish dye that is often used is made from the root of another plant species, Krameria grayi.