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Myricetin Glycoside from the Flowers of Hibiscus cannabinus


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1 Dept. of Chemistry, Chettinad College of Engineering and Technology, Karur-639114, India
2 Dept. of Chemistry, ADM College for Women, Nagapattinam-611001, India
3 Dept. of Chemistry, Govt College for Women, Kumbakonam, India
     

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Hibiscus cannabinus Linn. of Malvaceae family is widely present in most parts of Africa and Deccan parts of India. This is cultivated as a fibre crop. Phytochemical investigation was carried out on the gynaceum part of the flower of this plant. Chromatographical techniques were employed to isolate compound from the ethyl acetate fraction of ethanolic extract of the gynaceum part of the flowers. Structure of the isolated compound was elucidated by spectroscopic methods like UV, 1H and 13CNMR.
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N. Sampath Kumar
Dept. of Chemistry, Chettinad College of Engineering and Technology, Karur-639114, India
G. Madhurambal
Dept. of Chemistry, ADM College for Women, Nagapattinam-611001, India
Joan Marina
Dept. of Chemistry, Govt College for Women, Kumbakonam, India

Abstract


Hibiscus cannabinus Linn. of Malvaceae family is widely present in most parts of Africa and Deccan parts of India. This is cultivated as a fibre crop. Phytochemical investigation was carried out on the gynaceum part of the flower of this plant. Chromatographical techniques were employed to isolate compound from the ethyl acetate fraction of ethanolic extract of the gynaceum part of the flowers. Structure of the isolated compound was elucidated by spectroscopic methods like UV, 1H and 13CNMR.