Asteraceae Bercht. & J. Presl is one of the biggest and most economically important plant families. The taxonomy and phylogeny of Asteraceae is rather complex and according to the latest and most reliable taxonomic classification of Panero & Funk, based on the analysis of nine chloroplast regions, the family is divided into 12 subfamilies and 35 tribes. One of the largest tribes of Asteraceae is Cardueae Cass. with four subtribes (Carlininae, Echinopinae, Carduinae and Centaureinae) and more than 2500 species. Susanna & Garcia-Jacas have organized the genera of Centaureinae (about 800 species) into seven informal groups, which recent molecular studies have confirmed: 1. Basal genera; 2. Volutaria group; 3. Rhaponticum group; 4. Serratula group; 5. Carthamus group; 6. Crocodylium group; 7. Centaurea group. This review summarizes reports on sesquiterpenoids from the Centaureinae subtribe of the Asteraceae family, as well as the 13C NMR spectral data described in the literature

Formisano, C., Rigano, D., Senatore, F., Bancheva, S., Maggio, A., Rosselli, S., et al. (2012). Flavonoids in sbtribe Centaureinae (Cass.) Dumort (tribe Carduae, Asteraceae): distibution and 13C spectral data. CHEMISTRY & BIODIVERSITY, 9(9), 2096-2158.

Flavonoids in sbtribe Centaureinae (Cass.) Dumort (tribe Carduae, Asteraceae): distibution and 13C spectral data

MAGGIO, Antonella Maria;ROSSELLI, Sergio;BRUNO, Maurizio
2012

Abstract

Asteraceae Bercht. & J. Presl is one of the biggest and most economically important plant families. The taxonomy and phylogeny of Asteraceae is rather complex and according to the latest and most reliable taxonomic classification of Panero & Funk, based on the analysis of nine chloroplast regions, the family is divided into 12 subfamilies and 35 tribes. One of the largest tribes of Asteraceae is Cardueae Cass. with four subtribes (Carlininae, Echinopinae, Carduinae and Centaureinae) and more than 2500 species. Susanna & Garcia-Jacas have organized the genera of Centaureinae (about 800 species) into seven informal groups, which recent molecular studies have confirmed: 1. Basal genera; 2. Volutaria group; 3. Rhaponticum group; 4. Serratula group; 5. Carthamus group; 6. Crocodylium group; 7. Centaurea group. This review summarizes reports on sesquiterpenoids from the Centaureinae subtribe of the Asteraceae family, as well as the 13C NMR spectral data described in the literature
Settore CHIM/06 - Chimica Organica
Settore BIO/15 - Biologia Farmaceutica
Formisano, C., Rigano, D., Senatore, F., Bancheva, S., Maggio, A., Rosselli, S., et al. (2012). Flavonoids in sbtribe Centaureinae (Cass.) Dumort (tribe Carduae, Asteraceae): distibution and 13C spectral data. CHEMISTRY & BIODIVERSITY, 9(9), 2096-2158.
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