J. Chem. En. Sci. A.

Flavonoids of Calophyllum inophyllum Linnaeus. C. von

K. Shakila

  • Download PDF
  • DOI Number

Clusiaceae; Quercetin; Quercitrin.

PUBLISHED DATE March 14, 2016
PUBLISHER The Author(s) 2016. This article is published with open access at www.chitkara.edu.in/ publications

Calphyllum inophyllum Linnaeus C.von (Syn.) Calophyllum bintagar Roxb of Guttifereae (Clusiaceae) is commonly known as ‘ Indian laurel’ or ‘Alexandhian laurel’ a broad leaved evergreen tree occurring as a littoral species along the beach crests, sometimes seen inland . It is widely distributed and cultivated throughout tropics from West Africa to Pacific islands (as far) Eastas Tahiti. It blossoms during March to October. Fresh flowers of calophyllum inophyllum have been treated for their flavonoids contents. They are rich flavonol quercetin and flavonol glycosides quercitrin. They have been characterized with the help of modern physical methods like UV, H-1 NMR , C-13 NMR, chemical reactions, chromatographic techniques and hydrolytic studies.

Page(s) 135–144
URL http://dspace.chitkara.edu.in/jspui/bitstream/1/774/3/22008_JCE_%20K.%20SHAKILA.pdf
ISSN Print : 2349-7564, Online : 2349-7769
DOI https://doi.org/10.15415/jce.2016.22008 
  • Hwee Ling Koh, Chua Tung Kian, Chay Hoo Tan (2009), A guide to Medicinal plants: An illustrated, scienfific and Medicinal Approach. World scientific publishing co.Pte. Ltd. Singapore, 32.
  • Hoig awa M, Ito C, Tan HT, Kuchide M, Tokuda H, Nishino H, Furukawa H.(2001), Cancer Chemopreventive agents, 4 – phenylcoumarins from C. inophyllum , Cancer LeH . 169(1) , 15.
  • Said T, Dutot M, Labbe A, Warnet JM, Rat P.(2009) Ocular burn: rising and healing with ionic marine solutions and vegetable oils. Ophthalmolgical, 223(1), 52.
  • Said ,T., Dutot ,M., Martin, C., Beaudeux, J.L., Boucher, C., Enee, E., Baudowin, C., Warnet, J.M., Rat, P. (2007), Cytoprotective effect against UV – induced DNA damage and oxidative stree: role of new biological UV filter. Eur J Pharm Sci., 3(4) , 203.
  • Horhammer , L., and Hansel, R.,(1995) Arch. Pharm. Berl., 288, 315.
  • W ilson, C.W. (1939), J.Amer. Chem. Soc., 61 , 2303.
  • King, F .E., King , T.J., and Manning, L.C. (1957), J.Chem.Soc., 563. [8] Shinoda .J. (1928) J. Chem. Pharm. Soc., 48
  • Senthuraman,V ., and Sulochana,N.(1988), Fitoterapia, 59 , 355.
  • Khare , C. P.(2007) Indian Medicinal Plants: An illustrated Dictionary Springer – Verlag Berlin, 113.
  • Khare C.P (2007), Indian Herbal Remedies : Rational western therapy, Ayurvedic, and other Springer – Verlag, Berlin, 118.
  • Le wis nelson, Richard, D., Shih, Micheal ,J., Balick (2007), Handbook of poisonous and injurious plants, New York, Botanical Garden Springer – Verlag, Berlin, 100.
  • Markham, K.R. , and Chari, V. M. (1982), on 22 of J. B. Harborne and T. J. Mabry, The Flavonoids – Advances in Research , Chapman and Hall, London, 29.
  • Geissman, T.A., and Hinreiner, E.(1975), in ‘The Flavonoids’ Harorne, J.B., Mabry, T.J., and Mabry, H., (Eds.,) Chapman and Hall, London, 65