EKEBERGIA SENEGALENSIS PDF

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Senegalin 1 , a new phenylpropanoid has been isolated from the stem bark of Ekebergia senegalensis A. Their structures were elucidated with the help of spectroscopic techniques including 1 D- and 2 D-NMR. The antibacterial activity of the major compounds 2 , 9 - 11 was evaluated on five bacterial strains. However, only compounds 2 and 11 showed a weak inhibition against Bacillus subtilis and Pseudomonas agarici.

Furthermore, the chemotaxonomic significance of these compounds has also been elaborated. Keywords: Ekebergia senegalensis; Meliaceae; Senegalin; antibacterial activity; phenylpropanoid.

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Senegalin 1 , a new phenylpropanoid has been isolated from the stem bark of Ekebergia senegalensis A. Their structures were elucidated with the help of spectroscopic techniques including 1 D- and 2 D-NMR. The antibacterial activity of the major compounds 2 , 9 - 11 was evaluated on five bacterial strains. However, only compounds 2 and 11 showed a weak inhibition against Bacillus subtilis and Pseudomonas agarici. Furthermore, the chemotaxonomic significance of these compounds has also been elaborated. Keywords: Ekebergia senegalensis; Meliaceae; Senegalin; antibacterial activity; phenylpropanoid.

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Ekebergia senegalensis

Ekebergia capensis Sparrm. Ekebergia capensis is widespread, from Senegal east to Eritrea and Ethiopia, and south to Botswana, eastern South Africa and Swaziland. The wood is locally valued for furniture, and it is also used for light construction, poles and tool handles. It is suitable for light flooring, joinery, interior trim, ship building, vehicle bodies, sporting goods, toys, novelties, vats, food containers, boxes, crates, matches, turnery, veneer and plywood. It is also used as firewood and for charcoal production.

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