SCREENING FOR NATURAL PRODUCTS OF SHOREA Spp. AND ANISOPTERA Spp. OF THE FAMILY DIPTEROCARPACEAE FROM PASIR MAYANG, JAMBI, SUMATERA
Screening of 12 species ofÂ ShoreaÂ and 2 species ofÂ AnisopteraÂ from the forest of Pasir
Mayang, Jambi with brine shrimp (Anemia salina) lethality bioassay showed that Shorea gibosa and
Anisoptera marginataÂ have sufficient activity for further investigation. Bioassay-guided
fractionation of the active extract ofÂ S. gibosaÂ led to the isolation of stigmasterol and the
shoreaphenol. Bioassay-guided fractionation of the active extract of A. marginata resulted in the
isolation of lupenone and 3-methoxy-4-hydroxybenzoic acid O-p-C glucopyranoside as the bioactive
Key words: Plant natural products/Sftorea gibosalAnisoptera marginatalActive extracts/Bioassay/Pasir
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AFFANDi, H., NURYADIN, A., & PRAYOGA, S. B. (2011). SCREENING FOR NATURAL PRODUCTS OF SHOREA Spp. AND ANISOPTERA Spp. OF THE FAMILY DIPTEROCARPACEAE FROM PASIR MAYANG, JAMBI, SUMATERA. BIOTROPIA - The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Biology, (12). https://doi.org/10.11598/btb.1922.214.171.124
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