In this study, the phytochemical profile of extracts from the flowers of Bromelia laciniosa was characterized. The total phenolic and flavonoids contents were. Bromelia laciniosa (left); Neoglaziovia variegata (middle); and Encholirium spectabile (right) grown in Petrolina, Pernambuco, Brazil. Photos. Molecules. Sep 6;22(9). pii: E doi: /molecules Non- Polar Natural Products from Bromelia laciniosa, Neoglaziovia variegata and.

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The relatively common natural product bromelka Figure 3 was identified in the crude extract from E. It is therefore unsurprising that campesterol has been identified from six Bromeliaceae species.

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Recent development in cryoprobe technology has led to a four-fold increase of sensitivity and thus a fold reduction lacibiosa experiment time for 2D inverse experiments compared with those for similar NMR experiments recorded on analogous instruments equipped with conventional probes.

Views Read Edit View history. Evaluation of the antioedematogenic, free radical scavenging and antimicrobial activities of aerial parts of Tillandsia streptocarpa baker—Bromeliaceae.

Compounds of each class are treated in separate paragraphs below. Results and Discussion As part of our ongoing work on the characterization of natural products from food and medicinal plants aimed at rationalizing the molecular basis of their applications, the constituents of non-polar extracts of B.

Ex schult [Germination of macambira Bromelia laciniosa mart. According bbromelia Vetter et al.

Medicinal plants of the Caatinga semi-arid vegetation of laciiosa Brazil: From a food safety perspective, increased utilization of these plants would necessitate detailed knowledge about their chemical constituents. Extraction and Concentration Dried and pulverized leaves of B.


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Very long-chain alkanes VLCA are considered to be of interest from a dietary point of view because their long-chain alcohol metabolites may contribute to the cholesterol-lowering effect associated with alciniosa intake of plant waxes [ 25 ]. Received Jun 30; Accepted Sep 2.

Four fatty acids, palmitic acid, oleic acid, stearic acid and 9,12 -octadecadienoic acid, were identified from all three investigated species Figure 3. Complete assignments are presented in Tables S1—S3.

Published bromeoia Sep 6. After extraction, solutions were filtered through glass wool before being concentrated under reduced pressure on a rotary evaporator.

An aqueous root extract may be drunk as a treatment against intestinal diseases and hepatitis, and as a diuretic [ 7 ]. A Bromeliaceae from the Brazilian Caatinga biome.

Macambira, Bromelia laciniosa, stone, 2017, Caatinga, Boa Vista, Paraíba, Brazil

Bromeliaceae also have a Crassulacean acid metabolism CAM photosynthesis, where the stomata remain shut during daytime to avoid evaporation. Bromelia laciniosa Scientific classification Kingdom: All three species lacinilsa to Tillandsia, a genus of the Bromeliaceae family.

The six n -alkanes identified in this work have a chain length ranging from C 25 to C Cycloartane derivatives from Tillandsia usneoides. A total ion chromatogram TIC was brromelia during the whole GC run and mass spectra were generated and transformed to centroided spectra using baseline correction and smoothing using a weighted moving average.

Other Compounds The relatively common natural product phytol Figure 3 was identified in the crude extract from E. All 2D NMR experiments were recorded without spinning. Overall, Bromelia oaciniosa is a plant that is tailored for specific conditions and can be a valuable resource for a farmer. Conflicts of Interest The authors report no conflicts of interest.


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Materials and Methods 3. Ethnobotanical and nutritional aspects. Extensive regional droughts are already a major problem on all inhabited continents and severe regional droughts are expected to become an increasing and extended problem in the future. The discovery of the presence of an active form of vitamin E in the crude extracts from B. Farmers in this region use the leaves as supplementary fodder for livestock [ 356 ].

Antiulcer activity of ethanolic extract of Encholirium spectabile mart. No natural products have been characterized from this species.

Aside for subsistence, Bromelia laciniosa can be sold on the market, whether for its flour or fibers or even its stalks to use for building material.

Compounds identified from hexane extracts of leaves of B. Convivendo com a Seca: Figure 1 and Neoglaziovia variegata Arruda Mez. A significant negative of working with Bromelia laciniosa is that the extraction of its leaves is very laborious; the plant’s blades need to be trimmed and packed into lacinipsa to make the pulverizing of its stalks more productive.