Alkaloids: Chemistry and Pharmacology, Volume 14 by R.H.F Manske, H.L. Holmes

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16-Deoxybuxidienine-C (171) obtained from Buxus madagascarica subsp. xerophila, forma salicicola (79)) showed in its UV spectrum a trans conjugated diene. The PMR spectrum of 171 revealed signals of three tertiary and one secondary methyl 1. 43 STEROID ALKALOIDS groups, one dimethylamino and one methylamino grouping, as well as two protons of a methylene adjacent to primary hydroxy group and two olefinic protons. The mass spectrum confirmed the dimethylamino substitution a t C-20 and methylamino substitution a t C-3.

Cycloxobuxoxazine-C ( Baleabuxoxazine-C). Cycloxobuxoxazine-C (baleabuxoxazine-C) (168) was isolated from Buxus balearica (10, 89) 42 J. TOMKO AND z. VOTICK+ from the weaker bases by countercurrent distribution. The UV spectrum and circular dichroism curve resembled those of N-S-isobutyryl- 168 cycloxobuxine-F (169) (baleabuxine; cf. Vol. IX, p. 402) and N-3-iso(10). butyrylcycloxobuxidine-F (170) (N-3-isobutyrylbaleabuxidine-F) The PMR spectrum of cycloxobuxoxazine-C revealed singlets characteristic of three tertiary methyls, one doublet due to a secondary methyl, a singlet indicative of a dimethylamino group, and finally signals characteristic of an R-CH2-Oand >N-CH2-Ogrouping.

217) isolated from Veratrum plants are the representatives of the cevanine subgroup. Pritillaria alkaloids ( 1 ) and veramarine isolated from V . album subsp. lobelianum (53, 5 4 ) also have the cevanine skeleton. The latter differs from the former in having a lower oxygen content. 1. Veramarine The elucidation of the stereochemistry of veramarine [ (22S,25S)cev-5-enine-3/3,16a,20/3-triol)](79) was based primarily on interpretation of physicochemical measurements (IR and PMR spectroscopy) (55).

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